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Coping with Climate Change: Washington's Tribes

THE NEXT GENERATION

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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

THE NEXT GENERATION

Native American communities like the Swinomish are applying their long term view of planning for seven generations - several hundred years into the future - when dealing with climate change. They realize that the adaptations they make today will be for the benefit of their great grandchildren.

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