Now, What About Puget Sound? – Commentary by Mike Sato


Mike Sato has been deeply involved in protecting Puget Sound since the 80s. He was a founder of People For Puget Sound. When he has something to say, it’s worth listening…

It’s pretty obvious that the Puget Sound Partnership, the state agency charged with coordinating the recovery of Puget Sound, doesn’t want to be held accountable for what it’s supposed to be doing— namely, having a healthy Sound that’s fishable, swimmable and diggable by the year 2020.

Read the whole commentary at:

http://salishseacommunications.blogspot.com/2013/11/now-what-about-puget-sound.html

2 Responses

  1. Link to Sea Change movie not coming up on my phone

  2. My main concern has been their unwillingness to take any position whatsoever on the salmon net pen issue.

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