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Coast Salish Nations Ramp up Efforts to Defeat Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion in BC
Several Coast Salish nations are challenging—in courtrooms and in boardrooms—the Canada National Energy Board’s (NEB) recent recommendation that the federal government approve a th...
28 Astounding Indigenous Cultural Events Coming to Pacific Northwest
Cultural events in the Pacific Northwest showcase the enduring beauty and diversity of the region’s indigenous cultures...
For the Pacific Fisher, aka Sxwemechen: Positive Signs, but no Endangered-Species Listing
It was hunted, trapped and farmed for its pelt for more than two centuries. Its population further declined as its forest habitat was lost to logging...
Two Women Warriors Who Fight for Pacific Northwest Salmon
Salmon distinctively stand for the Pacific Northwest. And two tribal women in the Northwest stand for the salmon: Kathryn Brigham and Lorraine Loomis...
Bilingual Street Signs Herald a New Era of Language Revitalization
In 1990, the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe estimates only eight people knew how to speak the Klallam language. Now they’re putting it on street signs...
EPA Awards $32 Million to Tribes in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $32 million to assist tribes in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in developing environmental protection programs...
Indigenous Knowledge Underlies Northwest Earthquake Research
The land shook, and the ocean flooded in...
Turning Over a Few New Leaves: Salads By Season—Focus on the Pacific Northwest Coast
Welcome to the second installment of “Turning Over a Few New Leaves,” a four-part series of recipes inspired by traditional, seasonally forageable foods from the four major North A...
Pacific Northwest Tribes and First Nations Honored for Salmon Restoration on Columbia River
Pacific tribes on both sides of the 49th Parallel are receiving honors on May 21 for their work in cleaning up the Upper Columbia River Basin...
Tribal Leaders in Pacific Northwest Take a Stand Against Coal Terminals
An alliance of tribal leaders and members from the Lower Elwha, Quinault, Tulalip, Spokane, Swinomish, Yakama and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation joined the Lummi Nation in Seattle las...
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