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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...

ENR Updates – September 2021

ENR Updates – September 2021

Community Garden Update by Jen Hartke, Snoqualmie Tribe Native Plants Specialist A note to Snoqualmie Tribal Members: This time of year, when the plants are still dry, we are collecting seed from the Community Garden. We have plenty of next year's seeds to share...

ENR Updates – August 2021

ENR Updates – August 2021

Water Quality Program Update by Kelsey Taylor Payne, Snoqualmie Tribe Water Quality Manager Gravel crunches under my feet as I make my way to the ENR building on a cloudless spring day. After I drop my gear and bags in my office, I head to the kitchen and see two...

ENR Updates – April 2021

ENR Updates – April 2021

Community Garden Update   This year at the Snoqualmie Tribal Garden, we are focusing on growing with preservation in mind so that produce in the garden can possibly be used at future fall events.   This past month peas, beans, and carrots were planted from...

ENR Updates – March 2021

ENR Updates – March 2021

Kokanee Salmon Return Information 2021   The Remote Stream Incubator on Zackuse Creek is up and running. Snoqualmie Tribe staff and WCC crew members have been assisting partners at Trout Unlimited and the Lake Sammamish Kokanee Working Group with monitoring and...