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Coping with Climate Change: Washington's Tribes

GIVING THANKS

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THE WOLF PACKANCIENT TRADITIONSLIMITED LANDAN IDYLLIC PLACEFISHING FOR SMELTSSTRANGE WATERSSHIFTING SEA MAMMALSANCIENT HOMELANDSFIRST FOODSSALMON CERMONIESGIVING THANKSFEEDING A COMMUNITYINTERTWINED FATESCRITICAL HABITATSRIGHT TO FISHDEFENDING TREATY RIGHTS THE NEXT GENERATION

GIVING THANKS

A member of the Swinomish tribe returns the filleted carcass of a salmon to the water as way of giving thanks to the creator for abundant natural resources. Salmon were once so plentiful in the Pacific Northwest that they could be harvested every day of the year.

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