ENR Updates Blog Feed

2023 Volunteer Gratitude Summary

2023 Volunteer Gratitude Summary

With 2023 closing out, and the all-new 2024 peeking its head around the corner, the time to reflect on our experiences and accomplishments is here again. Around this same time last year, we published a blog post thanking our volunteers for all they helped us...

Spring Camas

Spring Camas

This Spring we are noticing so much camas growing on Snoqualmie Tribe’s Administrative Campus. c̓abid, or camas, is an important traditional food for Snoqualmie Tribe. The Tribe's Environmental & Natural Resource Department (ENR) is making efforts to restore camas...

A Thank You to Volunteers

A Thank You to Volunteers

Volunteers provide so much for the Snoqualmie Tribe’s Habitat Restoration Projects. Volunteers show up as organized groups and individuals to help us with planting, noxious weed control, and mulching throughout the year. We can’t say thank you enough!

ENR Update – March 2022

ENR Update – March 2022

A new research project is in the works at the University of Washington that will contribute to the Lake Sammamish Kokanee Work Group’s efforts by studying the impacts of climate change and invasive species on the Kokanee population. This work will be led by Nicole...