A Chinook Helicopter + 192 pieces of wood + four miles + two long days = The Tolt River Project The Tulalip Natural Resources Department collaborated with other government agencies in a project that will allow the Tolt River to create it’s own habitat and enhance habitat for fish.
In this episode, Chief Operating Officer Wendy Fryberg & Chief Administrative Officer Rochelle Lubbers talk about new rules that go into effect this coming Monday, Oct. 12, 2020 at Tribal Government with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pilchuck River Dam is no more, and finally after 118 years the river naturally flows. As the river is reconnected this achievement will help future generations of fish, people, culture and whales to survive.
In the past Martha Creek flowed through sediment and invasive species that caused winter flooding and made it difficulty for juvenile fish to travel up stream to avoid the dangers of the ocean. But with the help of the Tulalip Tribes Natural Resource Department, Martha Creek is now transformed into …
Native Environmental Scientist Lindsey Crofoot returns to take a group of community members out to learn and to harvest. This time salal berries/leafs and mushrooms (Reishi, Golden Chanterelle and Artist’s Conk) are harvested.