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  • Are whale watchers taking a toll on Puget Sound's orcas?

    Are whale watchers taking a toll on Puget Sound's orcas?

    Unraveling the mystery of the whales' steady decline.

  • Fish farms take to the high seas

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Department is plotting a massive expansion of the U.S. fish-farming industry – but concerns are high among Indian tribes, health advocates and environmentalists

  • Paddling toward shore

    Paddling toward shore

    The Suquamish Tribe is resurrecting the old ways of Northwestern Indians – particularly their traditional canoe journeys – to improve the health of its young people.

  • Turning the tide

    Washington tribes will receive millions to give up shellfish-harvesting treaty rights that they’ve never been able to enjoy.

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