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April 13, 2020
Celina Markishtum, a fisherwoman, who is clam digging during the clam season, smokes a cigarette as she...
TAHOLAH, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A U.S. tribe's uphill battle against climate change
Celina Markishtum, a fisherwoman, who is clam digging during the clam season, smokes a cigarette as she lies on her bed at her home in Quinault Indian Nation's main village, on the Quinault Indian Reservation in Taholah, Washington, U.S. March 6, 2020. ''Clam digging is just for Quinault tribal members, like my husband Stan, he's Micmac and he's not allowed to dig. I mean, we only get $2.50 for a pound so that's a lot of digging. Before we used to get as much as a whole 5 gallon bucket in a day but now we are lucky to get half that. Today, I think I made $15.'' said Markishtum. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith SEARCH ''QUINAULT CLIMATE CHANGE'' FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH ''WIDER IMAGE'' FOR ALL STORIES.
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