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10 Things You Should Know About the Swinomish Tribe
The Swinomish Tribe is known for its proactive work on issues related to sovereignty and the environment...
Canoe Journey 2015: Passing the Torch to a New Generation
The annual Canoe Journey is always about the young people, about passing on the teachings and the culture, but this year it was even more so...
Sen. Cantwell Speaks About Carcieri, Fed Rec, Duwamish and More
Indian Country Today Media Network caught up with U.S. Sen...
Ahousaht, Muckleshoot, Semiahmoo and Sliammon Host Canoe Journeys
Canoe families from the eastern Salish Sea will travel to Golden Gardens Park in Ballard, a Seattle neighborhood, in one of four Canoe Journeys planned this summer...
10 Things You Need To Know About the Lummi Nation
The Lummi Nation is widely known for its art and artists (Jewell Praying Wolf James’ totem poles, for one), its college (Northwest Indian College), its personalities (pro soccer pl...
Canoe Journey Message: Protect Our Fragile Environment
En route to the territory of the Heiltsuk First Nation, pullers in the 2014 Canoe Journey traveled through territory so beautiful it will be impossible to forget: Rugged, forested ...
10 Traditional Foods You Might Enjoy During a Canoe Journey
The annual Canoe Journey in the Pacific Northwest is a feast for the senses: Graceful canoes, many of them featuring Northwest Coast Native artistic elements...
Video: Meet Canoe Skipper Doug Chilton
Tlingit artist Doug Chilton is the leader of the One People Canoe Society. His job as a canoe skipper is to motivate people to pull together...
Skokomish Call Hike From Homeland to the Coast a ‘Spiritual Experience’
The first people to arrive in Taholah, Washington during the 2013 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Quinault didn’t arrive by water, but by land...
Potlatch Fund Helps Change Lives in Northwest
The Potlatch Fund awarded $305,042 in grants this year to support community building, Native arts, language preservation and education, and participation in the Canoe Journey...
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