Seattle to return nearly 300 artifacts to Upper Skagit Tribe
Hundreds of historic artifacts will soon be returned to the Upper Skagit Tribe from the city of Seattle.
Timber company returns waterfront Washington property to tribe
A family-owned company with timber operations in the U.S. and New Zealand called Port Blakely Companies has returned waterfront property and tidelands on Little Skookum Inlet in Washington's Mason County to the Squaxin Island Tribe, at no cost.
Infrastructure bill to aid tribes with water, including at Warm Springs
The massive infrastructure bill signed earlier this year promises to bring change to Native American tribes that lack clean water or indoor plumbing through the largest single infusion of money into Indian Country.
Tribe's Huckleberry Harvest Brings Fire (or Something Like It) Back to the Forest
Washington's Tulalip Tribe is working with the Forest Service to recreate open patches in the forest.
Diverse Groups Challenge Western Oregon Forest Plan
Timber, environmental, local government and tribal groups are complaining land managers aren’t doing enough to protect their interests.
Grand Ronde Tribe Allows Same Sex Marriages
Last week the Grand Ronde Tribal Council passed an ordinance allowing members to marry in the Tribal Court. The ordinance specifically includes a non-discrimination clause that would allow same-sex couples to marry.
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