Hailey Tamerow, left, and Maddie Walsh, both 7, walk through the inflatable 40-foot red salmon tent after listening to storytelling during the 26th annual Nisqually Watershed Festival at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge on Saturday. Both girls were winners in the Nisqually Refuge’s student-designed poster contest.
Hailey Tamerow, left, and Maddie Walsh, both 7, walk through the inflatable 40-foot red salmon tent after listening to storytelling during the 26th annual Nisqually Watershed Festival at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge on Saturday. Both girls were winners in the Nisqually Refuge’s student-designed poster contest. Tony Overman Staff photographer
Hailey Tamerow, left, and Maddie Walsh, both 7, walk through the inflatable 40-foot red salmon tent after listening to storytelling during the 26th annual Nisqually Watershed Festival at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge on Saturday. Both girls were winners in the Nisqually Refuge’s student-designed poster contest. Tony Overman Staff photographer

Nisqually Watershed Festival teaches families about local ecosystem

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