In the headlines

Salish Sea Campaign

8.30.19 – Could Rights of Nature Laws Help Save Endangered Orcas? – Yes magazine

8.6.19 – Salmon hatcheries buy us time while we work to restore the Salish Sea – Op Ed by Lawrence Solomon, Secretary of Lummi Nation, for the Seattle Times

8.6.19 – Where are the salmon and the orcas? – Seattle Times

6.31.19 – Seven ways tribes are repairing the Salish Sea and Washington waterways – Indian Country Today

6.17.19 –  Lummi Tribe’s efforts to save orcas include ending Navy tests – Navy Times

Feeding starving qwe ‘lhol mechen (orcas)

8.28.19 –Southern Resident Killer Whales given Lummi name in traditional ceremony – Indian Country Today

8.27.19 – Lummi Nation mourns lost southern resident orcas, renames those remaining – KNKX/NPR

7.12.19 – The Lummi Nation has a simple idea to save orcas – Bitterroot Magazine

5.22.19 – Lummi Nation wants to feed struggling orcas – Q-13

5.02.19 – Feeding our orca ancestors – Anchor FM

Trans Mountain Pipeline

6.26.19 – Thin Green Line – Cascadia Weekly

6.19.19 – Washington Tribes and Inslee alarmed by Canadian pipeline approval – KUOW

6.18.19 – Canada re-approves contentious Pacific coast oil pipeline – Q13 Fox News

2.22.19 –Trans Mountain pipeline expansion gets green light from Canadian Energy Board (Lisa Wilson of Lummi Nation quoted) – Seattle Times

2.22.19 – Trans Mountain pipeline all but approved despite Indigenous opposition (Raynell Morris of Lummi Nation quoted) – KUOW

12.05.18 – The warning of the blackfish – Cascadia Weekly

11.28.18 –‘Our way of life in its last hour,’ Tsawout First Nation tells pipeline hearings – Times Colonist, mentions US tribes testimony at end of article
Sk’aliCh’elh-tenaut (Tokitae/Lolita)
5.28.18 – CBC Vancouver affiliate (at 8min 30sec, same story) – http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1243093059951
5.27.18 – CBC National – At 8min 5secs – http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1243055683871/
5.25.18 – The best things to do in Miami this weekend – Miami News Times
5.24.18 – Orca Tokitae’s Totem Pole Journey – Earth Island Journal
5.11.18 – Tokitae’s return is part of larger vision to protect and restore the Salish Sea – op-ed by Lummi Nation Chairman Jay Julius for The Bellingham Herald
5.04.18 – A journey of love and justice – Animal Voices
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