Tag: Boldt Decision

Daily Herald explores tribal hunting traditions

The Daily Herald of Everett has a story about treaty tribal hunting rights: State and federal regulations curb the hunting of endangered wildlife and protect developed areas from gunfire, but American Indians say those laws also...

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Upper Skagit Tribe replaces hatchery roof

SEDRO-WOOLLEY (Dec. 1, 2008) – The Upper Skagit Indian Tribe built a new roof for its hatchery, to protect fish and children from the elements. The 20-year-old hatchery used to have a roof that didn’t completely cover two...

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Grayum Named NWIFC Executive Director

OLYMPIA (February 1, 2005) – The treaty Indian tribes in western Washington have named Michael Grayum as executive director of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. Grayum, 57, replaces James Anderson, 54, who served as...

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Boldt Brought Management To State

March 31, 2004 This year marks the 30th anniversary of a court decision that forever changed natural resource management in the State of Washington – for the better. Most Washingtonians know Federal Judge George Boldt...

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