Shore Friendly Pierce

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As a waterfront landowner, you are deeply connected to Puget Sound. 

You are also deeply invested in your property. 

Pierce Conservation District's Shore Friendly Pierce program connects waterfront landowners with the technical support and resources to make informed, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly decisions about marine shoreline management. 

We offer free, non-regulatory site visits and erosion assessments to help you identify problems or opportunities specific to your stretch of the shoreline. Our goal is to help you manage your land with confidence, so that the generations to come will enjoy it as much as you do.

WE PROVIDE ASSISTANCE FOR LANDOWNERS

Contact us if any of the following apply:

1. I have a natural shoreline with no existing hard armoring, such as a bulkhead or rock revetment.

Unarmored bluff

2. I have a bulkhead and I am interested in learning about reducing or removing my armoring.

Concerte bulkhead drawing

3. I have a failing bulkhead and I want to learn about alternative shoreline stabilization methods.

Failing bulkhead drawing

Contact our Shorelines Program Manager

Pierce Conservation District can help direct you to resources for Puget Sound Shorelines and help you make informed decisions for your property.

kids on beach
Shoreline assessment

Request an Erosion & Shoreline Assessment

Sign up for a site visit that gauges your erosion risk and points you to the resources you need.

Attend a Waterfront Community Workshop

Free neighborhood-based workshops on shoreline erosion, vegetation management, and stewardship opportunities.

Pierce Conservation District offers free, non-regulatory assistance to local landowners. 

For more information about the Shore Friendly Pierce program, contact: (253) 845-9770 ext. 113 or email maryk@piercecd.org 

WHAT IS SHORE FRIENDLY?

Video created by Shore Friendly Kitsap with Transect Films.

The creation of the Shore Friendly Pierce pages of this website were made possible by grant funding.  We would like to thank the United States Environmental Protection Agency and WA Department of Fish and Wildlife for their support.
This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement PC 00J29801 to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the view and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.