A new report issued today at a conference in Seattle details the struggle to improve ecological conditions in the inland marine waters of British Columbia and Washington—the Salish Sea, as it is sometimes called—an effort that is complicated by trans-border and jurisdictional issues. At the conference, Washington’s governor, Christine Gregoire, proposed spending $31.5 million over two years to address the most pernicious threats to Puget Sound’s ecology.
A new report---and new funding---to fix Puget Sound.
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