Resources & Downloads

 

The files on this page are available to download for personal or educational use only. Commercial use or resale of this material is prohibited.

Plant Coloring Book 2016

Snoqualmie River Headwaters Booklet 2017

Activity Documents

 

ENR Activity Brochure 2015

 

Plant Coloring Book 2016
Original Tribal Artwork by Jason Mullen and McKenna Sweet Dorman. Designed by Environmental and Natural Resources Department.

 

A Guide to Riparian Restoration in the Snoqualmie River Headwaters Booklet 2017

 

Kokanee Salmon Workbook 2020
A Kokanee Celebration 2020 Resource brought to you by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe. This Kokanee Workbook has been made in collaboration between the following Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Departments: Communications & Multimedia Design, Environmental & Natural Resources, and Culture. This workbook is dedicated to sʔilas, the little red fish of Lake Sammamish.

 

Fishes of the Upper Snoqualmie River
Snoqualmie Falls, with its 268-foot drop, is a natural barrier to salmon, but other important resident fish still live above the falls contributing to a rich ecosystem.

 

Fishes of the Lower Snoqualmie River
Salmon and related trout play an important role in our local rivers. They bring nutrients from the ocean which feed the streams, forests, and wildlife creating a more vibrant ecosystem.

Canoe Postcard

Snoqualmie Falls Postcard