8/14/2009--Puget Sound, Seattle, WA, USA..The crew on the Twila Dawn pull old nets up from the bottom of Puget Sound, and onto the deck of the boat. From left to right: Jake Johnston (Nisqually Aquatic Technologies.), Peter Anderson (Natural Resources Consultants), Chris Melson (Nisqually Aquatic Technologies) and Steve Sigo (owner of the Twila Dawn)...Jeff Choke, a member of the Nisqually Indian tribe in Washington State, and director of marketing for Nisqually Aquatic Technologies, a diving company, has been hired using federal stimulus dollars to remove old nets in Puget Sound that destroy habitat and kill fish and other marine animals. The Nisqually indians are one of many tribes whose fishing has been affected by the big commercial fishing nets that came to deplete fish populations and damage the Sound....©2009 Stuart Isett. All rights reserved.