Terri Hansen
7/26/16
It has taken nearly 80 years, but the federal government is finally starting to make good on its promises to Columbia River Native fishers whose villages were inundated in the earl...
Cynthia Coleman Emery
2/13/16

The US Supreme Court has declined to weigh in on a lower court ruling that will, in effect, allow ancient bones to be returned to American Indians in California....

Terri Hansen
1/12/14
The problems associated with contamination in Northwestern waters are mounting...
Terri Hansen
1/10/14
The iconic Chinook salmon, for millennia a cornerstone of Pacific Northwest diet, spirituality, ceremony and even the tribes' economy, is fast becoming toxic in Washington State...
Marc Dadigan
12/11/13
Cathy Sampson-Kruse (Confederated Tribes of Umatilla) and her Walla Walla ancestors come from the land near the Port of Umatilla in Eastern Oregon, where on December 3 a 901,000-po...
Jack McNeel
8/22/13
A new, state-of-the-art field station and laboratory in Mission, Oregon is bringing together science and ancient wisdom as tribal members and students analyze everything from pollu...
ICTMN Staff
8/19/13
Starting August 19, fishers from the Nez Perce, Umatilla, Warm Springs and Yakama tribes will drop their gill nets in the Columbia River...
Jack McNeel
6/20/13
Salmon season is upon us, and two tribal hatcheries opening this week are testaments to restoration efforts...
Jackleen de La Harpe
10/28/12
Fish hatcheries built below the dams in the Pacific Northwest have replenished salmon stocks for downstream and ocean fishermen for decades, while upstream, wild runs where treaty ...
Carol Craig
6/13/12
An 18-minute black-and-white film, “The Last Salmon Feast of the Celilo Indians,” was produced by the Oregon Historical Society in the late 1950s to document the final fish ceremon...

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