The Peninsula Daily News recently covered the release of a study that points out, unsurprisingly, that eating crab and other shellfish from Port Angeles Harbor could give you cancer: Eating a lot of crab from Port Angeles Harbor could increase the risk of cancer, according to 13-year-old research presented to the Clallam County Board of […]
Lance is a sports fisherman who brings home fish to his family. They eat seafood at least once a week and a realistic fish consumption rate will protect him and his family. What is your fish consumption rate?
Swinomish tribal historic preservation officer Larry Campbell Sr. and environmental specialist Jamie Donatuto discuss the importance of raising Washington’s fish consumption rate.
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.
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.