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ENR Updates – November 2020

ENR Updates – November 2020

Kokanee Salmon Return Information 2020   In early November 2020, ENR Team Members and the WCC crew met up with Dave Kyle from Trout Unlimited to Walk Zackuse Creek and learn how to survey for fish that are returning. This will be the first year of fish spawning...

ENR Updates – July 2020

ENR Updates – July 2020

Community Garden Update   The Community Garden is enjoying its first summer with plants and continued projects. Tribal staff across departments have built beds, pathways, and picnic structures.   The Tribe’s Environmental & Natural Resources Dept has...

ENR Updates – April 2020

ENR Updates – April 2020

Community Garden Update   The first group of trees and shrubs have been planted. Stay tuned for updates about when the annual plants will be added to the space!   If you are interested in contributing to this project, please contact Alex Harwell at...

ENR Updates – March 2020

ENR Updates – March 2020

Community Garden Update   The Snoqualmie Tribe’s Community Garden is starting to shape up! The Tribe’s Environmental and Natural Resources Department continues to work with crews from the Washington Convservation Corps for this project. This past week they...

ENR Updates – February 2020

ENR Updates – February 2020

Community Garden Update   The fence has been installed and the pathways are being reestablished with edging and final dressings. A Washington Conservation Crew continues to assist us.   To contribute ideas to this project, please contact Alex Harwell at...

ENR Updates – December 2019

ENR Updates – December 2019

Community Garden Update The first layer of gravel pathways has been set and the raising of the garden beds has begun. The fence will be installed in early January. To contribute ideas to this project, please contact Alex Harwell at alex.harwell@snoqualmietribe.us

ENR Updates – November 2019

ENR Updates – November 2019

Community Garden Update The foundation of the Community Garden is complete and the hardscapes will be installed, which include ADA pathways and raised beds. The Washington Conservation Corps was recently contracted by the Tribe and helped with the foundation. If...