• The beautiful San Juan Islands
  • Stormwater emptying into harborPhoto - Brian Rader, Pollution Prevention Specialist
  • Canoe JourneyPhoto - Swinomish Tribal Archive
  • Historical Lime Kiln
  • Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii)Copyright Creative Commons
  • Orca with tankerPhoto - Chris Teren
The beautiful San Juan Islands1 Stormwater emptying into harbor2 Canoe Journey3 Historical Lime Kiln4 Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii)5 Orca with tanker6


The San Juan Local Integrating Organization (SJ-LIO) is known as the Action Agenda Oversight Group and is divided into two separate committees. The Accountability Oversight Committee is the policy body. The Implementation Committee provides action direction and convenes technical and advisory subcommittees as needed.

Under San Juan County Resolution No. 55-2010, the primary role of the Accountability Oversight Committee is “to provide strategic direction, be responsible for establishing overall priorities, and serve to provide local accountability” while the Implementation Committee “provide prioritization of funding and coordinate between groups working on the Action Agenda implementation.”


Accountability Oversight Committee

The Accountability Oversight Committee are made up of elected representatives from:

San Juan County Council

Lummi Nation

Swinomish Tribe

Tulalip Tribes

Puget Sound Partnership


Implementation Committee


The Implementation Committee for San Juan County brings together representatives of these organizations:

Salmon Recovery Lead Entity

San Juan Department of Community Development

San Juan Public Works Department

San Juan Environmental Health Department

Tulalip Tribes

Lummi Nation

Swinomish Tribe

San Juan Islands Conservation District

University of Washington Friday Harbor Laboratories

San Juan County Marine Resources Committee

San Juan Stewardship Network

Town of Friday Harbor

San Juan County Water Resources Committee


Click here for members and links to their organizations.