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March 30, 2005

Sound Advice

Salishsea 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.

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