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Quinault Nation Pushes for Blueback Habitat Restoration Support
Members of an 1890 expedition, financed by a Seattle newspaper, described the banks of the Upper Quinault River as “so dense with underbrush as to be almost impenetrable.” Logs jam...
Quileute Officials Lobby D.C. for Safety Improvements
Quileute Nation officials say the transfer of traditional lands now held by the U.S...
Comanche Hiking 833 Miles Along Trail of Tears
When Ron Cooper and his wife Kristal contacted us about Ron's mission , and asked if we'd be interested in following their journey, we couldn't have been more excited...
Land Transfer to Move Quileutes from Tsunami Zone
Congressman Norm Dicks introduced the Tsunami Protection Legislation last week to transfer nearly 800 acres of Olympic National Park in Washington to the Quileute Tribe, currently ...
Quileute Is Moving to Higher Ground
LA PUSH, Wash. – Risk of tsunami is something that has always been top-of-mind for residents of this Quileute village on the Pacific Ocean...