Travels with Kenny / Salish Sea Maritime, Jay Taber

salish sea maritime

April 11, 2016  Jay Taber

In July 1974, the year U. S. District Court Judge George Boldt ruled on the American Indian treaty fishing rights case United States v. Washington – commonly known as the Boldt Decision – I was a cannery tender captain, buying salmon for Port Chatham Packing Company of Seattle, owned at the time by a pair of Norwegian brothers named Norman and Erling Nielsen.

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Idea for Our Times: Puget Sound Repair Project / NorthwestCitizen, Tip Johnson

The Jackhammer Siphon of the Los Angeles Aquaduct appears unintimidated by hills

 

Mon, Mar 07, 2016, 9:40 am  Tip Johnson

Imagine a toilet that can’t flush but still gets used.  OK, sorry about that, but it’s exactly the problem with Puget Sound.  Like any water body lacking an outlet, it is doomed to collect and concentrate anything sent its way.  And we are sending way too much. Continue reading

Kershner willing to put county water quality at risk when she last served on County Council / Facebook post, Sj Robson

kershner letter6 hrs  October 29, 2015  Sandy Robson

I voted for Satpal Sidhu for County Council. I recommend that you do too. Not only do I believe he makes a very good County Council member, but I believe his opponent, Kathy Kershner would seriously imperil our water quality and environment if she were to be elected. Continue reading