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Salmon management 50 years after the Boldt Decision focuses on survival

Ruling reshaped tribes’ access to their cultural heritage, commercial fishing industry

Salmon attempt to swim up Whatcom Creek.
Salmon attempt to swim up Whatcom Creek on Sept. 21. The Lorraine Loomis Act would require 200-foot buffers in riparian waterways to protect dwindling salmon populations. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
Scott Schuyler sat down at his grandmother’s table in Skagit County in 1974 and tasted the  d
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