Exploring the Snohomish River Ecosystem

The map below identifies a number of points of interest for walking in the Snohomish River estuarine environment. There are layers for walks and for beer. (To keep it phone friendly, I'm linking the image out to a map.)

Snohomish River walk map

Click to view an interactive map

This "digital story" about Snohomish River salmon also does a great job of explaining what is so unique and interesting about the Snohomish River ecosystem. Kudos to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for this.

The Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources division also does a lot of work in the estuary and their site is well worth checking out.

Snohomish Salmon site photo

Click to visit this fantastic site.

Additional Resources

"Commissioner Hilary Franz Introduces 'Watershed Resilience Action Plan' for Salmon Recovery in the Snohomish River Watershed," 2/15/2022, https://www.dnr.wa.gov/news/wrap.

"Save salmon, create jobs: A new plan for Snohomish watershed," by Zachariah Bryan, Everett Herald, 2/22/2022, https://www.heraldnet.com/news/save-salmon-create-jobs-a-new-plan-for-snohomish-watershed/.

"WatershedConnect Tool," https://www.dnr.wa.gov/watershedconnect (links through to interactive map on DNR projects in the watershed.)

Watershed Resilience Action Plan, https://www.dnr.wa.gov/WRAP.