The Sacred Lands Conservancy dba Sacred Sea is an Indigenous-led 501c3 non-profit committed to promoting ancestral knowledge and practices for the protection and revitalization of the the waters, culture, life, and sacred sites of the Salish Sea. Our projects include the Campaign for Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut, the Lummi Fisherman’s Memorial, and the forthcoming Sacred Sea podcast.
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News and Updates
We share news, stories, and posts that pertain to our work and the Salish Sea on our Facebook page, also viewable here on this homepage. You can subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of any page of this site. And here, on our blog, we will post occasion updates and notes. Hy’shqe for your engagement!
We are grateful for support from the 11th Hour Project of the Schmidt Family Foundation; to the Indigenous Rights of Nature project through the Na’ah Illahee Fund; to the Fund for Wild Nature; and to our individual donors around the world. Earth Law Center, the Whale Sanctuary Project, and Friends of Toki are key collaborators. Our Netse mot I shwolowen (One mind, one heart) alliance includes 350 Seattle, Sierra Club, Earth Ministry, Stand.earth, RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, Mosquito Fleet, and others.
Protect and Revitalize the Salish Sea
Your tax-deductible donations to Sacred Lands Conservancy 501(c)(3) doing business as Sacred Sea directly supports the Salish Sea Campaign and the work to bring Sk'aliCh'elh-tenaut (Tokitae/Lolita) home. Hy’shqe!