We have deep roots in the lands and waters of our ancestral home. Caring for this place is a part of who we are.
- Bonnie Juneau
Mud Swallow's House Told by hayalc̓aʔ, Harriette Shelton Dover. A long time ago, the Creator arranged for everyone to have a home. Time passed. He looked down and he observed – the birds were sleeping everywhere! They didn’t have houses. Now the Creator came, and as he came, as he...
The Tribes contribute extensively to community non-profits, awarding $7.6 million to more than 400 charitable organizations in the fiscal year 2016. Since 1993 Tulalip has donated charitable funds exceeding $76 million dollars.
We are a people of tradition and values. As we navigate modern life we are guided by the teachings of our ancestors. From childhood, we are passed generational knowledge that tells us we should always offer our visitors a meal, always give of our hearts, and to always humbly give...
Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.Cedar kits are available for purchase.
This event is included in the cost of admission.
From North County Outlook
From Jim Davis, Hearald Business Journal
From Walker Orenstein, The Olympian