Washington Sea Grant led engagement activities and provided support for ten public meetings and fifteen local presentations in Washington coastal communities to educate new participants and update coastal stakeholders. They also coordinated scientific and technical input through the Science Advisory Panel to help ensure that the best available science is used to develop the marine spatial plan. Sea Grant coordinated and facilitated work sessions including coastal community members, tribal representatives, and state, federal, and local agency staff to draft goals and objectives for the planning process.
Scope of Work
Visit the Science Advisory Panel webpage
View a MSP 101 presentation.
View Frequently Asked Questions.
View the workshop summary report.
View the workshop notes.
Read the final report.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in partnership with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and Washington Departments of Ecology and Natural Resources conducted a series of participatory human-use mapping workshops as part of the Pacific Regional Ocean Uses Atlas project. These workshops were held April 2013 in Aberdeen and Pt. Angeles.
Read the final report
View more information about the Pacific Regional Ocean Uses Atlas.
View the summary map of all uses combined.
View maps of extractive ocean use.
View maps of industrial ocean use.
View maps of non-consumptive ocean use.
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) provided outreach and training for tribes and other stakeholders on the use of data tools for planning purposes. Data previously collected by TNC’s Pacific Northwest Coast eco-regional assessment was used in during outreach to generate feedback for the development of the tool.
View the summary report.
The Surfrider Foundation facilitated a series of public workshops to solicit public input on the development of goals and objectives for the marine spatial planning process.
View the summary report of the workshops.