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  • Lummi tribe and dairy farmers agree to work together to improve water quality.mp4

    Lummi Chairman Tim Ballew II and Whatcom County dairy farmer Larry Stap talk about the new agreement between the tribe and some local dairy farmers to work on stopping fecal coliform bacteria from getting into Portage Bay, home to Lummi's commercial, subsistence and ceremonial shellfish beds.

Lummi Chairman Tim Ballew II and Whatcom County dairy farmer Larry Stap talk about the new agreement between the tribe and some local dairy farmers to work on stopping fecal coliform bacteria from getting into Portage Bay, home to Lummi's commercial, subsistence and ceremonial shellfish beds. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Lummi Chairman Tim Ballew II and Whatcom County dairy farmer Larry Stap talk about the new agreement between the tribe and some local dairy farmers to work on stopping fecal coliform bacteria from getting into Portage Bay, home to Lummi's commercial, subsistence and ceremonial shellfish beds. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Lummis, dairy farmers agree on first steps to clean up Portage Bay

January 05, 2017 6:10 PM