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Video: Northwest Religious Leaders' Full Columbia River Treaty Letter
It is short and to the point, but it’s the signatories who pack the punch: a Rabbi, along with leaders of the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Episcopal and Lutheran churches in both Cana...
Un-Build It, and They Will Come: With Dams Gone, Chinook Return to Upper Elwha [Video]
Two years ago Chinook salmon made a triumphant return to the lower Elwha River just six months after the dam of the same name was demolished...
Northwest Tribes Celebrate Highest Fall Fish Returns to Columbia River Basin in 75 Years: CRITFC
The fall Chinook salmon return is still on track to blast through previous records, with this year surpassing even last year’s, the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission (CRIT...
New NWIFC Chair Lorraine Loomis Ties Salmon Health to Treaty Rights
Swinomish tribal member Lorraine Loomis has been elected to fill the top spot at the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) in the wake of the death of Billy Frank Jr., who ...
Deadly Disease Detected in Lower Klamath Chinook Salmon, Water Flow Increased Again
The relief that California tribes experienced when the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation agreed to open water flows into the Trinity River to avert a fish kill may have been short-lived...
Carlos Smith New Chairman of Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Warm Springs tribal leader Carlos Smith was selected by leaders from the Umatilla, Yakama, Nez Perce, and Warm Springs tribes to lead the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commissio...
CBC Documentary Showcases Landscapes Designed by Pre-Contact Indigenous Peoples
From the prairie grasslands that nurtured bison, to the salmon-rich rivers near the Pacific coast, Indigenous Peoples in what would eventually be called Canada took an active hand ...
Video: Yakama Nation’s Work to Bring Back the Salmon
Time was when the salmon ran so thick you could walk on their backs to cross the river. That’s how the elders tell it. Then came the dams...
Salmon Restoration, Part 4: As the Salmon Goes, So Goes the Northwest
As tribes and others work to restore salmon habitat and thus preserve both treaty rights and longstanding tradition, development is encroaching on those efforts...
Northwest Salmon, Part 3: Tribes Work to Restore Habitat
It has been about a year since the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission report “State of Our Watersheds” was released in September 2012...
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