Skagit Environmental Sierra article Endowment Commission

Sierra Magazine has featured an article by Cassidy Randall maintaining the necessary spotlight on the Skagit River headwater protection issue.

“Even if there isn’t a catastrophic mine tailing spill upstream, the Skagit could still suffer death by a thousand cuts from toxic leaching—a very real risk painfully demonstrated by what has happened to some of the last genetically pure westslope cutthroat trout on the planet, in Montana’s Kootenai River, another cross-border watershed.”

SEEC is grateful to have the story widely read and widely told as the work to protect this transboundary river continues. Thank you Cassidy!