Ed Johnstone of the Quinault Indian Nation talks about what is at risk for him: There are more stories about What is at Risk here.
Joe Peters, a Squaxin Island tribal member and the tribe’s fisheries management biologist, talks about what is at risk for his tribe and his family in the face of declining salmon runs. There are more stories about What is at Risk here.
Jeromy Sullivan, chair of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, talks about what he and his tribe is losing as we continue to lose ground in preserving our natural resources. You can view more stories about What is at Risk here.
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Casey Allen, a member of the Jamestown S’Kallam Tribe, talks about what he’s losing as his treaty rights erode.
Ed Johnstone is a member of the Quinault Indian Nation. Here he talks about what he is losing as natural resources disappear.
Doreen Maloney, a member of the Upper Skagit Tribe, talks about what her tribe is losing as salmon and treaty rights disappear.
Billy Frank Jr., chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, talks about how the decline of salmon and salmon habitat are putting the tribes’ treaty rights at risk: