Portland Harbor
Site Overview
The Portland Harbor area along the lower Willamette River was named a superfund site by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2000.
Image Credit - NOAA
Fall Chinook Salmon Adults
Damage Assessment
The Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) process aims to identify damages to natural resources in Portland Harbor over time.
Image Credit - Ryan Hagerty, USFWS
Restoration Site
Restoration
The Trustee Council is working to restore injured natural resources and address the public's lost use of these resources.
Image Credit - Lauren Senkyr, NOAA
Portland Harbor
Cooperative Process
The Trustee Council is conducting a cooperative NRDA process with a group of potentially responsible parties in the Superfund site area.
Image Credit - Ken King, USFWS
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Portland Harbor
Site Overview
The Portland Harbor area along the lower Willamette River was named a superfund site by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2000.
Image Credit - NOAA
Fall Chinook Salmon Adults
Damage Assessment
The Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) process aims to identify damages to natural resources in Portland Harbor over time.
Image Credit - Ryan Hagerty, USFWS
Restoration Site
Restoration
The Trustee Council is working to restore injured natural resources and address the public's lost use of these resources.
Image Credit - Lauren Senkyr, NOAA
Portland Harbor
Cooperative Process
The Trustee Council is conducting a cooperative NRDA process with a group of potentially responsible parties in the Superfund site area.
Image Credit - Ken King, USFWS
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