The EPA today announced nearly $2 million in grants to 19 tribes for “on-the-ground” projects to protect and preserve water quality and salmon habitat in the Puget Sound region. The grants support the Puget Sound...Read More
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May 16, 2007 | Being Frank
The truth of natural resource management can be summed up in a single phrase: Everything is connected. See the dots, make the connections and you can see the whole. Some important dots got connected recently when Governor Chris...Read More
May 17, 2006 | Being Frank
OLYMPIA (May 17, 2006) What you don’t see can’t hurt you. Right?
Everyone who lives in the Puget Sound region enjoys the beauty of the mighty estuary. People see the glimmering water, bordered by snow peaked mountains and bright city lights, and they think all is well with Puget Sound.
Unfortunately, they’re wrong. What they don’t see in Puget Sound can hurt them. Whoever they are and whatever they do for a living, their quality of life and the economic well being of the region are connected to the health of Puget Sound.Read More
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