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The mission of the SWC is to maintain a healthy, functioning Stillaguamish Watershed by providing a local forum in which agencies, organizations, communities, and the public can engage in a collaborative watershed based process of decision making and coordination.

Adopted by consensus November 15, 2000

See the final report on NOAA's Habitat Assessment and Restoration Planning (HARP) and the NOAA HARP website here.

See the new Hydraulic and Hydrologic Modeling Report for in the Stillaguamish Watershed here

Check out a drone video Wes Lauer of Coho at the Blue Slough project site by Wes Lauer here

The SWC Aquisition Strategy has been revised and now includes the Mainstem. A link to the document can be found here.

An interesting article on Political Will can be found here

Check out this link to the new Puget Sound Floodplains Assessment here.

Check out the newest zis a ba video here. Other videos of this project are here and here.

Check out the Salmon Habitat in the South Fork Stillaguamish River: 2002 to 2017 Summary Report, located here.

Check out the new Sea Level Rise report from Cardno on both the Stillaguamish and Snohomish estuaries here.

Check out a collection of links of the latest ESRI Story Maps here (bottom of page)

Check out the new NW Indian Fisheries Commission videos here. They are in three parts. Part 1 is Why nets? Part 2 is How are Fisheries Managed? Part 3 is How Do We Preserve Traditions?

Check out the new 3-H (Habitat, Harvest and Hatchery) Video produced by the Stillaguamish Tribe available here.

FishViews, a panoramic view of 82 stream miles of the Stillaguamish River is now available here!!

A new report from the American Meteorological Society has concluded that specific weather-related events could not have happened without the influence of climate change caused by human activity. Click on the link here to read the Kitsap Sun article summarizing the findings and here for the original detailed report.

A new USGS study on Suspended Sediment, Turbidity and Stream Temperatures on the Sauk River can be found here

Konrad's assessment of Ecological Function and Flood Risk on floodplains can be found here

Biron et al., paper on Freedom Space for Rivers can be found here

The Climate Impacts Group reports for the Stillaguamish can be found here

Robert Lackey's latest paper on Science and Salmon Recovery can be found here

The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission came out with their 2016 State of the Watershed Report. You can download the full Puget Sound and WA Coast report or just the Stillaguamish and other individual watershed reports here

The Stillaguamish Tribe's Regulatory Study can be found here

Snohomish County's Surface Water Management has a set of new Stillaguamish TMDL reports. Check them out here

The Sno-Stilly Local Integrating Organization's (LIO) Ecosystem Recovery Plan can be found here. The LIO website is here.

The next Stillaguamish Watershed Council meeting will be on November 16, 2022 from 1 to 4:00 p.m.

November SWC Materials Coming Soon!

The next Technical Advisory Group meeting will be on November 9, 2022 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

November TAG Materials

Special thanks go out to the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club for their annual trash pick up day! Read all about it!

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