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Salish's School's canoe project helps tribal members reconnect with culture
The three canoes were among the boats created in 2016 from six old-growth cedar logs sold to the Upper Columbia United Tribes by the Quinault Indian Nation in western Washington. The Upper Columbia United Tribes - the Kootenai, Colville, Coeur d'Alene ...
Fossil fuels are a losing bet. Let’s divest and turn toward solutions.
The pall of smoke that hung over Washington last summer caused widespread health impacts, and declining forest health signals more smoke on the horizon. The Quinault Nation is literally moving to higher ground as sea-level rise and storms inundate their ...
For one Portland Navy veteran, fishing conquers war demons
That year, 2014, Briseño went with Brown and a group of youngsters to stay on the land of the Quinault tribe in Washington. She was so taken with the experience, the next year she went with the group to the Arctic Circle. "I loved it," she said.
Ocean Shores moving forward with outer dunes trail project
The project has the support of several stakeholders and community groups including the City Council, Mayor, City Planning Commission, Community Firewise Team, Fire Department, and the Quinault Nation ... motorized trails. The Washington State Department ...
Wash. Tribes’ Fishing Boundary Won’t Be Tweaked
Law360 (April 17, 2018, 4:35 PM EDT) -- A Washington federal judge Monday refused a request by the Quileute Indian tribe and the Quinault Nation to revisit his order defining their fishing territory so that a more generous western boundary could be drawn ...