Navy Region Northwest is proud of our environmental stewardship and we are committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner where national defense and environmental protection are, and must be, compatible goals.
To find more information, including project websites, for current and recently-completed Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) and Environmental Assessments (EA) related to U.S. Navy activities conducted throughout the 11 states within Navy Region Northwest's area of responsibility, visit Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Documents website.
Northwest Training and Testing EIS/OEIS - The Navy has completed a final supplement to the 2015 Northwest Training and Testing (NWTT) Final EIS/OEIS to assess the potential environmental impacts associated with military readiness activities within the NWTT Study Area. Military readiness activities include training and research, development, testing, and evaluation activities.
Gulf of Alaska Navy Training Activities EIS/OEIS - The Navy has prepared a draft supplement to the 2011 Gulf of Alaska Navy Training Activities Final EIS/OEIS and the 2016 Gulf of Alaska Navy Training Activities Final Supplemental EIS/OEIS. The Navy’s Proposed Action is to continue periodic military training activities within the Gulf of Alaska Study Area. Proposed training activities are similar to those that have occurred in the Study Area for decades.
U.S. Navy Marine Species Monitoring - This website serves as an online portal for information on the background, history, and progress of the US Navy's Marine Species Monitoring Program, as well as provides access to reports, documentation, data, and updates on current monitoring projects.
U.S. Navy Stewards of the Sea - Established in 2013, the U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) sponsored 'Stewards of the Sea: Defending Freedom, Protecting the Environment' outreach program and interactive exhibit educates key stakeholders on the Navy's environmental policy and initiatives, and to increase support for its training and basing activities among public, scientific and regulatory communities.