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Task Force raises awareness to Tulalip sovereignty & environmental recovery | Tulalip News

April 3, 2017

A screening of a digital story designed to communicate to non-tribal millennials Puget Sound restoration efforts and treaty rights

Task Force students led by Professor Patrick Christie were mentioned in an article by Tulalip News titled “Tulalip sovereignty & environmental recovery efforts recognized by UW.”

As part of their Task Force mission, a group of Jackson School undergraduate students together with Washington state’s Tulalip Tribes launched a new interactive digital story “Finding Common Ground in a World of Environmental Change” to over 50 UW students, faculty and local communities who gathered last month at UW to learn more about environmental issues affecting the Tulalip Tribes.

Task Force students and Jackson School and School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Professor Patrick Christie make an onsite visit in January 2017 as part of their research and partnership with Washington state’s Tulalip Tribes.

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