Three years ago when the Suquamish Tribe hosted canoe pullers rowing their way south toward the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, Tina Jackson watched as two pallets of bottled water arrived. The Tribal Journeys coordinator, whose job is to plan for the convergence of thousands for next month’s Tribal Canoe Journeys, knew that much bottled water would last only a day-and-a-half.e
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