The Nooksack River is warming up. Over the past century, climate change and deforestation along the river’s banks have warmed the water to a temperature that’s deterring salmon from spawning. The EPA, scientists and the Nooksack Tribe are now responding. They are using climate models to create a strategy to cool down the Nooksack by revegetating its banks.
Video by Jesse Nichols and Kjell Redal.
This video was created by Jesse Nichols and Kjell Redal for the Advanced Visual Journalism class at Western Washington University during the spring quarter of 2017.