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"Tell the Truth" Video Download
For years, as Chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Billy Frank Jr. wrote a column called Being Frank.
From September 1986 to May 2014, these columns ran in NWIFC publications and newspapers across the region. His words document the challenges that tribes faced as we exercised our treaty rights, fought to responsibly manage fisheries, and raised our voice against the loss of salmon habitat.
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Inspiring discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge. | The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Dungeness River Management Team
A partnership of individuals and stakeholders working together to develop and pursue implementation of locally based, long-term solutions to Dungeness Watershed management issues.
Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN)
Established in 1990 within the United States, IEN was formed by grassroots Indigenous peoples and individuals to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ). IEN’s activities include building the capacity of Indigenous communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, health of both our people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable communities.
Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's Natural Resources Department
The mission of the Natural Resources Department is to protect treaty rights of the natural resources of the Point No Point Treaty area for the benefit of Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal members and future descendants. In this capacity; the Department is charged with ensuring the orderly harvest of fish, shellfish and wildlife resources, providing opportunities for Tribal members to derive subsistence and/or livelihood from the harvest of these resources, increasing opportunity through restoration, enhancement and scientific study, and reversing the decline of these resources resulting from environmental degradation.
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) is a natural resources management support service organization for 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington. Headquartered in Olympia, the NWIFC employs approximately 65 people with satellite offices in Burlington and Forks.
Northwest Treaty Tribes
A quarterly publication of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission.
Pacific Salmon Commission
The Pacific Salmon Commission is the body formed by the governments of Canada and the United States in 1985 to implement the Pacific Salmon Treaty.
It is our shared responsibility to conserve the Pacific Salmon in order to achieve optimum production and to divide the harvests so that each country reaps the benefits of its investment in salmon management.
Point No Point Treaty Council
We, the Port Gamble S’Klallam and the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribes, of the Point No Point Treaty Area, recognize the responsibility and need to protect and advance the treaty reserved hunting, fishing and gathering rights of our Tribes. We further recognize that our inherent traditional and cultural rights constitute vital and irreplaceable resources for our future. These resources are essential for the social, cultural and economic self-sufficiency and well being of our Tribal communities. We believe that in unity and mutual respect we can best accomplish our community goals, not only for the benefit of Indian people, but for all people. – Preamble to The Point No Point Treaty Council Constitution
The Secret Life of Rivers on Vimeo
Take a journey through the unusual world that exists beneath a streambed. Called the hyporheic zone, this world of microscopic flora and fauna is vital to the health of rivers around the world. Find out why, and see the slime on streambed pebbles come to life! Meet for the first time the colorful and unknown world of the Hyporheic Zone and why it is important.
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