On November 20th the tribe had our first harvest on a piece of Tide land located in Oakland Bay leased from The Washington State Department of Natural Resources. 25 tribal members were given the opportunity to dig 180Ibs of manila clams using a hand held fork. The limit for this
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dig was increased in order to charge a small fee to help cover the cost of the lease. Most of the diggers were enthusiastically showed up at 4:00 am and
dug their limit in the allowed time. This is a unique opportunity for tribal members since the tide land is leased and not an allocation of the Medicine Creek Treaty.