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The Fate of City Salmon – Warren Cornwall

6/5/2007 – In Puget Sound, Chinook salmon are both an icon and a major problem. An icon, because they historically were a vital part of native cultures, and today because they symbolize values of wildness. A problem, because their habitat intertwines so closely with a vast urban and suburban landscape, and they are protected under the Endangered Species Act. A tour of salmon country: what Chinook mean to the Northwest, and what their future might be.


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