Our mission is to protect the habitat of Puget Sound tidelands from the underregulated expansion of new and intensive shellfish aquaculture methods. These methods were never anticipated when the Shoreline Management Act was passed. They are transforming the natural tideland ecosystems in Puget Sound and are resulting in a fractured shoreline habitat. In South Puget Sound much of this has been done with few if any meaningful shoreline permits and with limited public input. It is exactly what the Shoreline Management Act was intended to prevent.

Get involved and contact your elected officials to let them you do not support aquaculture's industrial transformation of Puget Sound's tidelands.

Governor Inslee:
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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

July 16th: Meeting on Taylor Shellfish Sustainability Rating at Griffin Hall

Get Involved - Thursday July 16th: Community meeting 3-5 pm at Griffin Hall, 3707 Steamboat Lp NW, Olympia to discuss "sustainability" certification of Taylor Shellfish.
Sustainable? Taylor Shellfish believes so.
Email comments to:
a - Name and contact details
b - Your association with the farm
c - Issues you would like to discuss
Also helpful are pictures or studies you may have.
Sustainable? Taylor Shellfish believes so.
Juan Aguirre with SCS will hold a public meeting from 3 to 5 PM at Griffin Hall to discuss the sustainability certification Taylor Shellfish is attempting to acquire on a "cluster" of farms located in Totten Inlet, Skookum Inlet, and Oakland Bay.
Standards by which Taylor Shellfish will be judged may be found here (why ASC and not Monterey Bay?):
The "public notice" which announced the south Puget Sound certification process is found here:
Get involved. Taylor Shellfish is and they helped create the very standards by which they are to be "judged".

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