Habitat Program

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
Natural Resources Department
1033 Old Blyn Hwy | Sequim, WA 98382
Phone: 360-683-1109
Fax: 360-681-4611

Habitat Program

Randy Johnson – Habitat Program Manager
Steve Irish – Natural Resources Technician
Hilton Turnbull – Forest and Fish Biologist
LaTrisha Suggs – Restoration Planner


Habitat Restoration & Enhancement

Habitat Protection, Research, and Restoration The Habitat Program is charged with protecting healthy and functional nearshore, estuarine, and river habitat, restoring those areas that are degraded, and doing research to understand the organisms and the land/water they occupy. The law...Read More

Prioritizing Dungeness River Delta Flood Risk

A Parcel Scale Analysis The coastal fringe of the Dungeness River delta on the Strait of Juan de Fuca is characterized by high value habitat that is important to salmon, Dungeness crab and other species. However, habitat degradation due to shoreline...Read More

Key Partnerships

The Tribe takes an active role in community environmental projects. We participate in the Dungeness River Management Team and implement habitat restoration and water conservation projects. The Tribe has developed a public park and natural history interpretive center along the Dungeness River in partnership with the Rainshadow Natural Science Foundation and the National Audubon Society.