Tulalip Youth Council Members Evelyn Vega-Simpson and Sebastian Gomez talk with Treaty Rights Protection Specialist Aaron Jones. They discuss the impact global warming is having on the treaty rights of the tribe.
Tulalip Youth Council Members Kaiser Moses talks with Tulalip historian Ray Fryberg, about the impact global warming is having on the Tulalip community and the natural resources.
The Tulalip marina building is honored in Charlie Cortez’ name.
Cedarcrest Middle School welcomes Tulalip artist to their art classes to talk about Coast Salish design.
The Tulalip Tribe Natural Resources Department leads the way in a fish restoration project in Carnation, WA. Natasha Coumou Assistant Restoration Ecologist explains why.
Twin Brothers Rory and Kollin along with Dad explain why they got vaccinated.
Allyea and Tiyanna explain why they got vaccinated.
Tulalip Artist Hugs Moses went from doodling SpongeBob SquarePants to creating some amazing pieces of art. Tulalip TV Spotlight presents Hugs Moses.
Cedar and Dad share why Cedar is getting vaccinated
Brother and Sister Dominic and Peyton share why they are getting vaccinated.
Tulalip Youth Council Members Julianna Fryberg and Image Enick talk will Ryan Miller about the impact global warming is having on the community and what Tulalip is doing to combat the issues.
Lonnie Enick shares his story of his month long battle with Covid-19 and the importance of getting vaccinated.
Virginia Jones, with the Tulalip Hibulb Cultural Center, shows how to make Huckleberry Fruit Leather.
Tulalip breaks ground on 17 new tiny homes and a community center, to add to their Village of Hope.
Fr. Patrick Towhy explains why he is vaccinated.
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