Tag: lummi nation
The state Committee on Geographic Names voted to recommend the state Natural Resources Board change the name of Squaw Bay on Shaw Island and Squaw Creek.
In December 2016, some 80 acres of land on Henry Island was donated with one stipulation, that the Lummi Nation were allowed to use it for cultural purposes.
DAPL, Trump, yanked liquor licenses and a new Museum of the American Revolution, all here during The Week That Was: April 23, 2017, in Indian country.
Invoking the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott was risky for the Lummi, but its success in fending off a coal terminal at Cherry Point, known as Xwe'chi'eXen, paid off.
On Good Friday, the struggle to uphold treaty rights and protect natural resources, vital to the future of Federally recognized American Indians continues.
What is this fight against the Keystone XL Pipeline really about? Faith Spotted Eagle, a Native American grandmother breaks it down.
A bill in the Washington State Senate would require legislative approval of aquatic reserves and rescind the recent expansion of the Cherry Point reserve.
U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke is closer to becoming the next U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary, which oversees several areas of federal Indian affairs.
Fresh spinach, tomato, carrot, celery, berries, bananas, tropical fruits and much more. These are the types of healthy foods Cherokee families will blend into delicious savory and sweet smoothies, thanks to a new $20,000 grant from First Nations Development Institute, based in Longmont, Colorado.
The money will fund the Nation...
Washington Department of Natural Resources announced the inclusion of Xwe’chi’eXen within the Cherry Point Aquatic Reserve protecting the sacred place.
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