Suquamish Tribe builds shellfish nursery

Kelly and Harrell keep track of how much seed is going into each of the eight containers within the FLUPSY

The Suquamish Tribe is one of the few tribes in Western Washington to build its own floating upwelling system (FLUPSY), a type of shellfish nursery that is becoming more common for raising clams to seed on beaches.

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