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Sharing Samish’s legacy at marine educators conference

Cultural director Rosie Cayou James of the Samish Indian Nation tells a conference of marine educators in Mullis Community Senior Center Thursday about the traditional marine stewardship practices of the islands’ First Peoples. Looking on is Michelle Johnson of the Samish Nation. About 100 people attended the conference. Other cultural events are scheduled this week. See page 3A of this week
Cultural director Rosie Cayou James of the Samish Indian Nation tells a conference of marine educators in Mullis Community Senior Center Thursday about the traditional marine stewardship practices of the islands’ First Peoples. Looking on is Michelle Johnson of the Samish Nation. About 100 people attended the conference. Other cultural events are scheduled this week. See page 3A of this week's Journal of the San Juan Islands.
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Cultural director Rosie Cayou James of the Samish Indian Nation tells a conference of marine educators in Mullis Community Senior Center Thursday about the traditional marine stewardship practices of the islands’ First Peoples. Looking on is Michelle Johnson of the Samish Nation. About 100 people attended the conference. Other cultural events are scheduled this week.

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