Geoduck clams are kept fresh in seawater after being harvested near Harstine Island, Wash., in Puget Sound in this March 23, 2015, file photo. Washington state officials, environmental advocates and others are warning of dire environmental and economic consequences if President Donald Trump's cuts to Puget Sound and other environmental programs go through as proposed in his first budget.
Geoduck clams are kept fresh in seawater after being harvested near Harstine Island, Wash., in Puget Sound in this March 23, 2015, file photo. Washington state officials, environmental advocates and others are warning of dire environmental and economic consequences if President Donald Trump's cuts to Puget Sound and other environmental programs go through as proposed in his first budget. Ted S. Warren AP
Geoduck clams are kept fresh in seawater after being harvested near Harstine Island, Wash., in Puget Sound in this March 23, 2015, file photo. Washington state officials, environmental advocates and others are warning of dire environmental and economic consequences if President Donald Trump's cuts to Puget Sound and other environmental programs go through as proposed in his first budget. Ted S. Warren AP

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