Tag: Tribal

Vandals target tribal fishermen

From the Olympian: A vulgar graffiti message scrawled on the upstream side of the Old Pacific Highway bridge across the Nisqually River is a sign that racism hasn’t died out near the river, a Nisqually tribal official said...

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Lummi fishermen dig deep for geoducks

The Bellingham Herald writes about Lummi tribal geoduck harvest: Cliff Cultee and other Lummi geoduck divers hope to get a chance to harvest the big, meaty clams again this spring. Geoducks, like all bivalves, are subject to...

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Early Dungeness crab landings good

The Peninsula Daily News published a story about coastal tribes’ Dungeness crab hauls: Despite spotty soft shell crab conditions early in the season, coastal tribal crab fishermen are cautiously optimistic after landing...

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Tribal hatchery work impacts future of salmon

A new bi-weekly paper in North Snohomish County, the North County Outlook, reports on the hatchery relationship between the Tulalip Tribes and the state: One hundred years ago members of the Tulalip Tribes paddled canoes up to...

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Tribal paddlers arrive for festivities

The Bellingham Herald has two stories today on the arrival of the canoes: Tribal paddlers arrive for festivities Volunteers help tribal paddle event go smoothly Thousands flocked to the shores of Lummi Reservation on Monday as...

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