Dale Skrivanich, standing on the tidelands in Vaughn, Washington, said someone has to fight to protect the bay her family has called home for years. Dale Skrivanich, along with other residents of Vaughn Bay, contend that runoff pollution is adversely impacting the shellfish in the bay.
Dale Skrivanich, standing on the tidelands in Vaughn, Washington, said someone has to fight to protect the bay her family has called home for years. Dale Skrivanich, along with other residents of Vaughn Bay, contend that runoff pollution is adversely impacting the shellfish in the bay. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Dale Skrivanich, standing on the tidelands in Vaughn, Washington, said someone has to fight to protect the bay her family has called home for years. Dale Skrivanich, along with other residents of Vaughn Bay, contend that runoff pollution is adversely impacting the shellfish in the bay. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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