Aylani Lewis holds a banner sporting more than 600 salmon cutouts as she and the Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary students walk around the ballroom at the Billy Frank Jr. Pacific SalmonSummit at Tulalip Resort Casino on Monday on the Tulalip Reservation. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Aylani Lewis holds a banner sporting more than 600 salmon cutouts as she and the Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary students walk around the ballroom at the Billy Frank Jr. Pacific SalmonSummit at Tulalip Resort Casino on Monday on the Tulalip Reservation. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

‘Working together again like we did back then’ to save fish

Tribes and agencies convene to continue the fight to save salmon — in the name of Billy Frank Jr.

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