Wade King Elementary School third graders conduct a clam survey in Mud Bay in 2014 with the help of the Whatcom Marine Resources Committee and the Puget Sound Restoration Fund. Where the Nooksack River meets the Puget Sound, rising fecal coliform levels regularly close hundreds of acres of shellfish beds in Whatcom County.
Wade King Elementary School third graders conduct a clam survey in Mud Bay in 2014 with the help of the Whatcom Marine Resources Committee and the Puget Sound Restoration Fund. Where the Nooksack River meets the Puget Sound, rising fecal coliform levels regularly close hundreds of acres of shellfish beds in Whatcom County. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Wade King Elementary School third graders conduct a clam survey in Mud Bay in 2014 with the help of the Whatcom Marine Resources Committee and the Puget Sound Restoration Fund. Where the Nooksack River meets the Puget Sound, rising fecal coliform levels regularly close hundreds of acres of shellfish beds in Whatcom County. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Poop in Puget Sound is everybody’s problem; still time to tell Ecology what you think

August 14, 2016 06:00 AM