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Samish Indian Nation partnership has removed more than a million pounds of marine debris

Highly toxic creosote-treated wood targeted to protect food chain

Washington Conservation Corps crews work on removing a highly toxic creosote-treated piece of wood off a Salish Sea beach. (Photo courtesy of Samish Indian Nation Department of Natural Resources)
By Isaac Stone Simonelli Enterprise/Investigations Reporter
The Samish Indian Nation cleaned up more than a million pounds of marine debris — most of it highl

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