Throughout our history, we have proven time and time again that we are an adaptive and innovative people.
- Mel Sheldon Jr.
How Daylight Was Stolen Told by Harry Moses. It was long ago, and there was no daylight here then. Our land was in darkness at that time, long ago. The people talked about it: "How can we manage to get a hold of some daylight? There is daylight in the...
Tribal investments in Quil Ceda Village and our government services now provide more than 6,000 regional jobs for our membership and the surrounding community.
The economic viability of the Tribe has improved significantly in the last 30 years. With a portfolio that includes The Tulalip Resort Casino, Quil Ceda Creek Casino, and a thriving leasing business in our commercial center, our environmental projects like The Qwuloot Estuary, Tribal governmental services and more, we are...
Brodie Stevens, Tulalip Artist
Tribal filmmaker and artist Brodie Stevens will screen his films documenting one of the worldwide events in support of the powerful Idle No More movement -- a grassroots drive to uphold treaties, honor sovereignty, stop environmental degradation, and reaffirm social equality.
Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.
From North County Outlook
From Jim Davis, Hearald Business Journal
From Walker Orenstein, The Olympian