Intensive Use of Rootwads, Logs Help Salmon

Intensive Use of Rootwads, Logs Help Salmon

Something as simple as a pile of logs and loads of dirt can change the dynamics of a river to …

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State of Our Watersheds: Lower Skagit not meeting temperature goals

The Lower Skagit River will not be in compliance with the state‚Äôs Total Daily Maximum Load (TMDL) plan by 2080, …

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Jamestown, Partners Establishing Warning System for Harmful Algal Blooms

Jamestown, Partners Establishing Warning System for Harmful Algal Blooms

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and federal and state agencies are trying to figure out how they can predict potential spikes …

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Light pollution could be hurting salmon

Light pollution could be hurting salmon

Intense artificial lighting could be changing salmon behavior in urban Puget Sound, making them more likely to be eaten by …

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Culverts can cut off steelhead from habitat

Culverts can cut off steelhead from habitat

The Nisqually Indian Tribe is working with the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group to assess how well steelhead and …

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Lummi Nation Holds onto Tradition by Moving into the Future

Lummi Nation Holds onto Tradition by Moving into the Future

An aluminum apparatus anchored off Cherry Point signals an effort to bring traditional tribal reef-net fishing into the modern era. …

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State of Our Watersheds: Wells deplete water resource for salmon

State of Our Watersheds: Wells deplete water resource for salmon

A growing concern in the effort to recover salmon populations is the availability of water. Increasing numbers of permit-exempt wells …

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State Should Drop Culvert Case Appeal

State Should Drop Culvert Case Appeal

We are disappointed to learn that the state of Washington will continue its longstanding efforts to deny tribal treaty-reserved fishing …

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Tribes, WDFW Studying Toxics Absorbed by Juvenile Chinook

Tribes, WDFW Studying Toxics Absorbed by Juvenile Chinook

Northwest treaty tribes want to know how much pollution juvenile chinook salmon are absorbing when leaving their natal streams and …

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North Cascades mountain goats threatened by climate change

North Cascades mountain goats threatened by climate change

Mountain goats in the North Cascades have started to rebound over the past several years, but treaty tribes are concerned …

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