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Protection of Fish Habitat through the Correction of Fish Blocking Culverts: an Application of Indian Treaty Rights - an Investigation of the "Culvert Case," United States v. Washington

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Title Protection of Fish Habitat through the Correction of Fish Blocking Culverts: an Application of Indian Treaty Rights - an Investigation of the "Culvert Case," United States v. Washington
Creator Stay, Alan
Subject treaty rights aquatic habitat habitat conservation American Indians fish and wildlife law fisheries law fisheries fisheries management water
Description Stay will discuss one of the most important cases he has worked on: the "Culvert Case," United States v. Washington. This case centered around the protection and affirmation of treaty rights for taking fish. He will continue by discussing treaty rights in general and the protection of fish habitat. Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Office of the Tribal Attorney.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-05T00:05:47Z 2011-04-05T00:05:47Z 2008-04-22
Type Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16448
Language en_US

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