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Situation 'Dire': Low Coho Salmon Returns Close Quinault Fisheries
Low returns of wild coho salmon are prompting the Quinault Indian Nation to close all its fisheries in Grays Harbor and Queets River and to declare an economic disaster because of ...
‘Soul of Our College’: Evergreen Longhouse 20th Anniversary Celebration
The young one danced the Chief’s Headdress Dance and the Honor Song, and he represented what The Evergreen State College’s Longhouse is all about: to carry on the teachings; to kee...
Treaty Tribes in Washington Hail EPA’s Proposed Fish Consumption Rate and Water Quality Rules
It has been 20 years since Oregon revised its fish consumption rate (FCR) from 6.5 to 17.5 grams per day (gpd) in 1994, and then to 175 grams per day in 2011 to reflect what Native...
Tulalip, Swinomish Preserve Forest and Salmon Habitat With Two Significant Initiatives
Two significant environmental initiatives were implemented within the last three weeks—opening prime salmon habitat on the Tulalip Reservation and, on Swinomish land, setting the s...
10,000-Year-Old Stone Tools Reveal Ancient Activity Hub Near Seattle
What began as routine construction for a shopping mall near Seattle has turned into a major archaeological find...
Totem Travels 1,300 Miles to Sites Threatened by Coal Terminals in Northwest
It traveled nearly 1,300 miles, a 3,000-pound Lummi Totem Pole hand-carved from old-growth cedar, carried with ceremony and blessing to the sites of proposed coal rail terminals al...
The Road to Visibility: Bellingham to Rename Indian Street to Billy Frank Jr. Street
When Billy Frank Jr. was first arrested for fishing with a gillnet on the Nisqually River in 1945, he was just a 14-year-old boy...
Crow Tribe Inks Partnership to Develop Washington State Coal Port
The Crow Tribe of Montana has inked a partnership with Cloud Peak Energy and SSA Marine for a five percent share of Gateway Pacific Terminal, the coal export terminal proposed in n...
Mandatory Native American Curriculum in the Cards for Oregon
A new American Indian/Alaska Native State Plan moves Oregon ever closer to making a Native American curriculum mandatory in all public school districts...
From the Heart: Tulalip History and Memoir Is a Walk Back in Time
Two dozen years after her death, Harriette Shelton Dover continues to be a guide and an inspiration far beyond the Tulalip reservation...
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