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Shoreline Master Programs: commercial salmon net pens (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
15-06-006March 2015January 2017
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Author(s) Cedar Bouta
Description Brief overview of Ecology’s policy position regarding net pen aquaculture and shoreline master programs.
See Publication Number 17-06-001 for current information.
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Keywords Atlantic salmon, finfish, fish farms, net pens, Shoreline Master Programs, Net-Pens, shorelines, shoreline management, smp, Puget Sound, salmon, aquaculture