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Debate about state’s salmon, trout hatcheries rages on

Failing the habitats or necessary to sustain tribal ways of life?

Spawned chum salmon lay near the banks of the Nooksack River in Whatcom County as rain falls into the water.
Spawned chum salmon lay near the banks of the Nooksack River in Whatcom County, one of many Northwest rivers prompting debate over the continued use of salmon hatcheries to supplement endangered wild fish runs. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Across the West Coast, communities are scrambling to find innovative ways to support wild salmon and
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