Working to restore our state's rivers and streams.
Explore our Teanaway Story Map!
WWT has been working to improve stream flow conditions on the Teanaway River since 2002. We've partnered with more than 20 individual landowners to dramatically improve habitat conditions for spring Chinook, bull trout and steelhead. Learn more about our cooperative solutions here.
Explore our Teanaway Story Map to see how Washington Water Trust works with Teanaway landowners to ensure the right amount of water remains in stream at the right time, so fish, farms, businesses and wildlife can all thrive!
Update: The Annual Dungeness Water Exchange Advisory Council Meeting has been postponed.
We are working to reschedule and will share updates as they come. This meeting is open to all and a public comment period will be included in the agenda. We appreciate your patience and hope you will be able to join us. Please standby for more updates.
Washington Water Trust, Dungeness Water Users Association, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Clallam County, City of Sequim, and Clallam Conservation District, who partnered to develop the Dungeness Water Exchange, are now focusing our efforts on another collaborative solution. Together we are pursuing construction of an off-channel reservoir which will address late season instream flows, climate change resiliency, flood risk in Sequim and late season irrigation water supply. Learn more
Washington Water Trust and similar organizations are using innovative approaches to find solutions that work for people and the environment in the Pacific Northwest. Watch this video if you'd like to learn more about what we do and how we do it.