Opportunities for Snoqualmie Tribal Membership & Youth
Tribal Youth Representative for the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum
The Snoqualmie Tribe is seeking applicants for a tribal youth seat on the Snoqualmie
Watershed Forum. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about salmon and their rivers and influence habitat restoration by serving on a local committee with elected officials from local cities, the King Conservation District and King County.
The successful applicant will be appointed by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to represent the youth perspective of the Tribe. You must be 18-25 years old by August 13 to apply. If you would like to be considered for this seat, please submit a completed application form to Cindy Spiry by midnight on August 13, 2021.
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Tribal Board Position for Adopt-A-Stream Foundation
Each year, in thousands of rivers and streams, the Pacific Northwest witnesses a remarkable natural phenomenon as millions of salmon return to their place of birth to spawn a future generation.
The Adopt A Stream Foundation (AASF) works to ensure that Pacific Northwest streams continue to provide healthy habitat for salmon, trout, steelhead, and other wildlife. AASF operates the Northwest Stream Center, a regional environmental center, and carries out stream and wetland restoration work.
We are looking for Tribal Members to help us advance our mission by serving on our board. The Snoqualmie Tribe has not yet adopted a stream through this foundation. For more info, go to www.streamkeeper.org or call 425-316-8592