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Olympia Rally for salmon, orcas, and the Snake River

Olympia (WA) rally for salmon, orcas and the Snake River features NWAAE materials – including artwork stencils to inspire children of all ages to ‘Speak4Salmon’ in creative ways.

More than two hundred people gathered in downtown Olympia to speak up on behalf of endangered salmon and orcas. After a set of inspiring speakers led off by Squaxin Island Tribal Chairman Kristopher Peters, people marched to the Washington State capitol campus and created a larger than life orca mural under the guidance of partner and ally – the Backbone Campaign.

Here’s a link to the article in the Olympian on Monday, April 4. Supporters march for salmon survivalScroll down to see some of the children with their artwork – speaking up for salmon and orcas…

Olympia Rally for salmon, orcas, and the Snake River