Imperial Saison. A Protest Beer!
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by SEEC Blogger / October 28, 2021

Imperial Saison. A Protest Beer!

Today, at its taproom in Seattle, Fair Isle Brewing releases Diane, an Imperial Saison. The beer was created to draw...

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How to Build a Dam
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by SEEC Blogger / October 18, 2021

How to Build a Dam

The Ross Dam is situated in the gorge of the Skagit River about midway along its 150-mile (240 km) length,...

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Ken Farquharson
by SEEC Blogger / August 12, 2021

Ken Farquharson

With sadness, the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission mourns the death of Kenneth G. Farquharson, age 86, August 8, 2021.

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April 1973 Seattle Wants to Raise the Ross Dam!
by RudyKehler_admin / July 6, 2021

April 1973 Seattle Wants to Raise the Ross Dam!

April 1973 Watergate is all over the news. Its 10 years before the first commercially available cellular phone. Roe vs...

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Local Washington State Governments Oppose Skagit Headwaters Mining
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by SEEC Blogger / June 3, 2021

Local Washington State Governments Oppose Skagit Headwaters Mining

"The Skagit Council of Governments on Wednesday passed a resolution stating that it has "grave concern" about the proposed mining....

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A Hope BC perspective on the Ross Treaty
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by SEEC Blogger / April 21, 2021

A Hope BC perspective on the Ross Treaty

February 9, 2012, The Hope Standard Newspaper: An agreement between the provincial government and Seattle City Light was finally announced...

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Skagit River story in The Guardian
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by SEEC Blogger / March 6, 2021

Skagit River story in The Guardian

"The Skagit is the last American river outside of Alaska still home to all five species of wild salmon, although...

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