Tag: Culverts

Herald reports on EPA grants to tribes

The Daily Herald of Everett reported on the $2 million in grants awarded to tribes by the EPA, describing how the Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes plan to use the money: Fisheries experts for the Stillaguamish Tribe plan to use...

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Coho return to Upper Skagit reservation

The Skagit Valley Herald: For the first time in 50 years, the coho salmon have returned to the Upper Skagit Reservation. To get them there, crews had to tear out a series of stacked culverts and remove 300 dump-truck loads of...

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Opinions from over the weekend on culvert case

Both the Seattle Times and PI ran editorials praising the culvert case decision from last week. From the Seattle Times: A federal judge articulated and reinforced a long-standing deal with Northwest tribes. Sign a treaty that...

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Road Abandoned To Restore Salmon Habitat

CLALLAM BAY (December 1, 2004) – It’s not often that removing a road will provide better access, but for fish it does just that. Salmon and trout in the Clallam River now have more access to spawning and rearing habitat after an...

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State’s Duty: Fix The Culverts

The State of Washington has a duty to the treaty Indian tribes who have always inhabited this region. That Duty is to not allow salmon habitat to be degraded to the point that salmon are no longer available for harvest by the...

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