Rob Gould is a senior communication strategist and a member of the George Mason University Health and Climate Solutions team. The Swinomish Reservation is located on Fidalgo Island in Western Washington State. It is the home of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, a federally recognized tribe. For thousands of years, the Swinomish have been a […]
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