If you don’t have any plans for Wednesday evening, then tune in to KCTS at 7 p.m. and watch both episodes of the ‘River of Kings’, part of the Carl Safina’s Saving the Ocean series on PBS.
The two-part show captures the story of the Nisqually Tribe’s salmon recovery efforts and restoration projects, taking place right in our own back yard. During the show, Safina explorers the Nisqually Watershed, from the glacier to the Sound.
If you don’t have time Wednesday night to watch the show, you can do so live from your computer on the Saving the Ocean with Carl Safina’s website, linked here.
The Nisqually Watershed includes all lands which drain to the Nisqually River and includes the communities of Ashford, Elbe, Mineral, Eatonville, McKenna, Roy, Yelm, Fort Lewis, and portions of Graham, Lacey, DuPont, and Rainier. Click here to learn more about the Nisqually River Council.