There is much to be learned from our Elders, and much to look forward to for our young people. Passing traditions from one generation to the next is a key component of what keeps our culture alive.
- Les Parks
Her First Basket From a story told by taqʷšəblu, Vi Hilbert. Long ago, before the world became the way it is today, there was a little girl. This little girl had been born with an illness that made her actions awkward. She could not run like the other children. She...
Every March through June, we release 10-12 million Coho, Chum and Chinook salmon into Puget Sound.
Our oral traditions tell us we have been here since the beginning of time and will be here until the end. As the first people of this land, we are brought up with a deeply held respect for our ancestral lands and waters, as well as the plants and animals...
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