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Sacred Sea: for a living Salish Sea

Sometimes the way forward is the way back! Indigenous stories, song, ceremony, and experience can guide everyone toward more meaningful connections with the places we call home. We’re here to amplify Indigenous voices and to encourage those of us who are not Native to indigenize our thinking, to really feel the interconnectedness of all things.

Lummi tribal fisherman Ellie Kinley and activist Julie Trimingham became friends while working for Lummi Nation’s Sovereignty and Treaty Protection Office, where they both worked on the Xw’ullemy (Salish Sea) Campaign. Now, they co-host conversations with leaders, traditional knowledge keepers, scientists, artists, and others on the forefront of bringing ancestral knowledge and the ancient law of the land to bear on present day policy and practices. 

Protect and Revitalize the Salish Sea

Your tax-deductible donations to the Tokitae Fund of Lummi Nation's Lhaqtemish Foundation directly supports the Salish Sea Campaign and the work to bring Sk'aliCh'elh-tenaut (Tokitae/Lolita) home. Hy’shqe!

 

  

 

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