State Of Our Watersheds: Morse Creek Floodplain Impaired

State Of Our Watersheds: Morse Creek Floodplain Impaired

Once a robust stream of salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout, the current condition of Morse Creek prevents these fish from …

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Tribes sample water quality to ensure beach safety

Tribes sample water quality to ensure beach safety

A couple of North Sound treaty tribes are sampling water quality at popular reservation beaches to make sure they’re safe …

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Skokomish Watershed Team Releases Updated Action Plan

Skokomish Watershed Team Releases Updated Action Plan

Since members of the Skokomish Watershed Action Team, including the Skokomish Tribe, joined forces 11 years ago to fix years of damage to …

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State of Our Watersheds: Forested Land Cover Declining

State of Our Watersheds: Forested Land Cover Declining

When land is converted out of forest use, important salmon habitat is lost. From 1999 to 2007, 70 acres of …

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State appeals culvert case decision, again

State appeals culvert case decision, again

This time appealing to the full panel of the 9th Circuit, the state of Washington has again challenged treaty rights …

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Video: Stillaguamish Tribe’s entire natural resources department collects chinook broodstock

Video: Stillaguamish Tribe’s entire natural resources department collects chinook broodstock

For decades, the Stillaguamish Tribe’s natural resources department has collected adult chinook salmon from the North Fork Stillaguamish River to …

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State of Our Watersheds: More fish-blocking culverts identified

State of Our Watersheds: More fish-blocking culverts identified

State-owned culverts are not the only barriers preventing fish from accessing spawning and rearing habitat. Between 2010 and 2014, 107 …

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Wild coho going back in the water

Wild coho going back in the water

Because of a historically low coho forecast for deep South Sound this year, Squaxin Island tribal fishermen will not retain …

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“Don’t Forget the Water”

When it came time for the Nisqually Tribe to choose a theme for this year’s Tribal Canoe Journey, they brought …

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A river canoe is back on the Nisqually River

A river canoe is back on the Nisqually River

For the first time in decades a traditional river canoe was launched on the Nisqually River. Reuben Wells Sr. launched …

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