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The Journal of the San Juan Islands

12/14/2018 1:30:00 AM

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Fish ladders don’t work. Salmon want a river to swim up to spawn and a river to flush salmon fry down to the ocean. Farmers and recreationists will never agree to breach the four lower Snake River dams that are blocking access to some of the best spawning grounds.

Let salmon run | Letter
Wire Service

12/14/2018 1:30:00 AM

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Instead of watching movies or playing videos games, 16-year-olds Emmett Carrier and Evan Foley are on their fourth-month researching how residents and visitors can prevent pollution in local waters.

The rationale behind required volunteering at Friday Harbor High School
Hayley Day

12/13/2018 1:30:00 AM

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During the peak tourist season, fumes settle over the water like a thick blanket. When a orca surfaces it inhales a deep breath of vessel exhaust and dives back into the deep blue.

Vessel exhaust’s impact on Southern resident killer whales
Heather Spaulding