Protecting Puget Sound

Bill has promised himself that when he leaves this earth, Puget Sound will be healthier than when he was born. That means expanding on innovative solutions that will restore salmon, steelhead, and orca populations.


When Bill Bryant was growing up in Hoodsport, on the shores of Hood Canal, he wanted to be an oceanographer. Even before he was a teenager, Bill would visit the ITT Rayoner lab in Potlatch and talk about how Puget Sound water circulates.

The vibrant ecosystem that he grew up with, the salmon that used to run thick across creeks he played in, are threatened. Bill has promised himself that when he leaves this Earth, Puget Sound will be healthier than when he was born. Bill will work to:

  • Scale up innovative storm water treatments.
  • Focus on restoring salmon, steelhead, and orca populations.