Pacific NW Environmental Video Channel

Back to the River tells the story of the treaty rights struggle from pre-Boldt era to tribal and state co-management. The movie includes the voices and personal accounts of tribal fishers, leaders and others active in the treaty rights fishing struggle.

Unedited interviews are available at for reuse and remix under a a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

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Pacific NW Environmental Video Channel

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  • Al Bergstein

    Great suggestion on the Freshwater Trust. Can we post it here?

    by Al Bergstein

  • The Freshwater Trust

    Check out Joe Whitworth's new short story about the future of water conservation.

    by The Freshwater Trust

  • Al Bergstein

    This month we feature a great short film on the importance of kelp, the state of art in getting zinc out of the Sound, and a beautiful film on the Port Susan Marine Stewardship Area.

    by Al Bergstein

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