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Thank You for 20 years!

That’s right, The Tyee turned 20 years old in 2023. That’s two decades of showing up every weekday with fresh, original journalism that you won’t read anywhere else.

From a very small crew of two people, our non-profit news organization has grown to a staff of 24 people. And along the way, our journalism has won plenty of awards, sparked international movements and changed laws.

We only exist and continue to grow because we have the support of Tyee Builders who chip in to our editorial budget. If you value independent journalism and want to help us grow, join us.


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From Alaska to California, people are pouring their smarts and hearts into successful enterprises that are low carbon and locally rooted. They’re employing and training, producing and sustaining.

So The Tyee created a whole new section to tell their stories and share best practices for a healthy bioregion. We call it What Works. It’s where you’ll find regular reports on the business of creating what works for a better future.

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Turning to Youth to Bring Forward Solutions
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I am constantly impressed by my conversations with my grandchildren — they are articulate, caring human beings — too often thwarted by disregard and disrespect.


The young people need to be encouraged to speak out and they need to be listened to. If my contemporaries at that age had a fraction of their awareness and sensitivity, I feel the world would be a better place.


Give them an audience and the opportunity to share. The future is theirs.

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