The Bellingham Herald and The Olympian have stories about the Paddle to Lummi: The Bellingham Herald: PORT ANGELES — Tribal canoe groups from Vancouver Island and the Washington coast converged here Saturday to complete the first phase of their long voyage to Lummi Nation for the Intertribal Canoe Journey that begins July 30. (more…)
Indian Country Today: The Lummi Indian Nation has volunteered to host a historic meeting July 31 – Aug 2 between U.S. tribes and the First Nations of Canada to discuss the merits of a proposed ”Treaty of Indigenous Nations” agreement. (more…)
The Bellingham Herald has a webpage dedicated to coverage of the upcoming canoe journey, hosted this year by the Lummi Nation. The site includes a photo gallery and video.
OLYMPIA (August 7, 2006) Thousands of fishermen took to Lake Washington recently to fish for sockeye – arguably the most prized salmon in the Northwest. More than 50,000 sockeye were harvested by treaty tribal and non-Indian fishermen in the Lake Washington fishery. It was a thing of beauty to see this harvest accompanied by […]