What is ECO Net?

ECO Net stands for Education, Communication, and Outreach Network. It is a community of professionals committed to working collaboratively to protect and enhance the health and vitality of the Puget Sound region. Puget Sound Partnership provides funding and program support to this network.


The Strait ECO Net’s mission is to collaborate to increase stewardship and strive for a well-informed community that behaves in a way that will protect and restore the ecological functions and values of our piece of Puget Sound.


As of April 2015, Strait ECO Net has 74 members representing 43 organizations. Download the 2012 strategic plan

For information on joining, contact Helle Andersen, Strait ECO Net Coordinator

Examples of Strait ECO Net projects include:

Wondering how ECO Net members support local K-12 education? Check out the list of ways you can connect students to real world projects here:

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Expanded marine debris cleanup into Strait beaches with Washington CoastSavers

Washington CoastSavers web site