The U.S. promised tribes they would always have fish; they do, but the fish pose toxic risks

Oregonlive. Tony Schick, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and Maya Miller, ProPublica

Lottie Sam, front right, and other women prepare salmon in Toppenish, Wash., before a ceremony held by the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation. Credit:Tony Schick/OPB
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News article in the Oregonian, highlighting a new project at the Yakama Nation to test for toxics in the Columbia River (see Columbia River Mainstem Fish Tissue and Water Quality Monitoring Program).