On the Washington Coast, Terri Hansen writes, residents of Indian Nation villages and members of local tribes are adapting to climate change. In her article for Yes! magazine, Terri (@TerriHansen) describes how clams, salmon, and other resources that are integral to the communities are already affected by the crisis. Tribal leaders are taking multipronged, data-driven approaches to respond to the changing climate in their area. image: Ron Clausen
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