Here is a short explainer of what the fish consumption rate we’re fighting to increase actually looks like. What does Washington’s the fish consumption rate actually look like from NW Indian Fisheries Commission on Vimeo.
Huffington Post: Even a quick glance at our state’s water quality standards for toxic pollution shows a gross inequality between the weak limits on toxic pollution and the strong value of we place on serving fish for our families. Washington currently has some of the weakest limits on toxic pollution in the nation, in part […]
Stillaguamish Chairman Shawn Yanity recently wrote a column in the The Everett Herald on the importance of raising Washington’s fish consumption rate: It’s a lot easier and less expensive to prevent toxins such as flame retardants, pesticides and mercury from getting into our waters than it is to try and clean them up after the fact. […]
Russ Hepfer, a member of the Lower Elwha Klallam tribal council, explains why increasing the state’s fish consumption rate is important to him and his tribe. Why the Fish Consumption Rate matters to Russ Hepfer, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe from NW Indian Fisheries Commission on Vimeo.