Date(s) - 02/25/2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Nisqually Estuary Herring – Live Webinar
Thursday, February 25th from 6-7pm PST
Just this month we started new work in the Nisqually Estuary with the Nisqually Indian Tribe and the Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife to survey eelgrass meadows and test the use of evergreen branches as additional herring spawning habitat. Herring are a key part of salmon’s diets, so their health and abundance is critically important.
Join Willie Frank III, Nisqually Indian Tribe Council Member, David Troutt, LLTK Board Member and Nisqually Indian Tribe Natural Resources Director, and Iris Kemp, LLTK Senior Project Manager, for a discussion, presentation, and Q&A on this work and partnership. Hear from these experts on Thursday, February 25th from 6-7pm PST (40 minute presentation, 15 minute Q&A).
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