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8:00-8:30am     Introduction and Welcome

8:30-10:00am   Who We Are

Main Room

Main Room

10:00-10:30am     Break


1A Nonpoint Source Pollution Solutions I

Bill Ehinger WA Dept. of Ecology

Timber Harvest Buffer Prescriptions and Water Quality

Curt Veldhuisen Skagit River System Cooperative

Landslide Frequency in the Upper Skagit

Lisa Hainey Upper Skagit Indian Tribe

Lessons Learned from the Dairy Tributary Riparian Restoration Project

Track A


1B Toxins and Fish Consumption I

Ed Kolodziej UW Center for Urban Waters

Pollutant Sources /Treatment to Prevent Pre-Spawner Death in Coho Salmon

Stephanie Blair WSU

Toxicology of Stormwater and Coho Salmon

Todd Mitchell Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

Fish Consumption 101

Track B

12:00-1:00pm     Lunch 


2A Nonpoint Source Pollutions Solutions II

Blythe Monoian Yakama Indian Nation

Yakama Nation Nutrient Management

Hanna Winter Lummi Nation

Portage Bay Water Quality


2B Toxins and Fish Consumption II

Jim Peters Squaxin Island Tribe



Catherine O'Neill O'Neill Consulting; Environmental Scholar & Adjunct Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School

EPA Water Quality Standards Update: Implications for Tribes

2:00-2:30pm        Break


3 Failure is Not an Option:

septic systems, bulkheads, and talking it out

Valerie Streeter Tulalip Tribes

Failure is not an option: septic systems, bulkheads, and talking it out

Followed by closing announcements

Main Room

Tribal Nonpoint Training

Day 1 October 26 

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