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Swinomish tribal member Vernon Cayou gathers clams at Ala Spit County Park in Puget Sound. Megan Farmer /KUOW hide caption

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Pacific Northwest Tribes Face Climate Change With Agricultural Ancient Practice

Washington state's Swinomish Tribe is building a clam garden in hopes of protecting their reservation from sea level rise. This aquatic garden will also provide a home for disappearing native clams.

Swinomish tribal member Vernon Cayou gathers clams at Ala Spit County Park in Puget Sound. Megan Farmer /KUOW hide caption

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Pacific Northwest Tribes Face Climate Change With Agricultural Ancient Practice

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Kansas Farmer Luke Ulrich faces long hours and low pay in part because of Trump's trade policies, but he still backs Trump. Frank Morris/KCUR hide caption

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Farmers Sticking By Trump Even As Trade Wars Bite

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