Monthly Archive: November 2010

Nooksack River logjam construction

Nooksack River logjam construction

Victor Insera, restoration coordinator, Nooksack Tribe, is presenting on a series of projects on the Nooksack River. South Fork Nooksack is the most on edge chinook (most endangered) stock in Puget Sound. Over the...

Quinault River Upper Watershed Restoration

Quinault River Upper Watershed Restoration

Just a reminder: we will be posting audio and the actual power point presentations of each speaker, if you would like more details on these talks. Ed Johnstone, the Quinault Indian Nation’s fisheries commissioner gives a...

Skokomish Estuary Restoration Project

Skokomish Estuary Restoration Project

Joseph Pavel and Alex Gouley of the Skokomish Tribe are now presenting the tribe’s restoration projects within the Skokomish Tidelands. The Skokomish Watershed, includes the North Fork and South Fork of the Skokomish River,...

Luncheon Speaker: George Walter, Nisqually Tribe

Luncheon Speaker: George Walter, Nisqually Tribe

George Walter, of the Nisqually Tribe, is the luncheon speaker. He is discussing the Nisqually partnerships and restoration work as well as his work with the Nisqually Land Trust. Nisqually Watershed Coordinating Committee was...

Billy Frank, Jr.: “Putting the Watersheds Together”

Billy Frank, Jr.: “Putting the Watersheds Together”

Billy Frank, Jr., chairman of the NWIFC, is speaking now on “Putting the Watersheds Together.” He started out connecting the current effort to restore habitat back to the early fishing rights struggle. Before the...