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We hope the U.S. will honor Billy Frank's life and his dream

Billy Frank Jr., longtime chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, received many awards during his life and continues to be honored since his passing in 2014. His life was celebrated las...

 

EPA should stay the course on water quality standards

“Stay the course.” It was one of our late chairman Billy Frank’s favorite sayings. It was his way of encouraging us to keep moving toward our goals, regardless of who or what stands in our way....

 

Understanding the Northwest Treaty Tribes

Did you know that over the past four decades the 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington have reduced their salmon harvests by more than 75 percent to protect the resource? That tribes have restored thousands of miles of fish and wildlife...

 

Hard work leads to recovery of summer chum population

Hood Canal/Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca summer chum is the only threatened salmon population in western Washington showing clear signs of recovery. It’s thanks to a 20-year cooperative effort by s...

 

Drought, water quality on many minds

Water — how much we have and how clean it should be — is on the minds of many these days as the drought rolls on in western Washington and state government remains stalled on updating decades-old...

 

Habitat must carry more weight

A heavy burden is easier to carry if everyone who shares in the load does their part to help support the weight. It’s the same with salmon conservation. We all value salmon and we all must share the burden to protect and restore this rapidly...

 

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