Tuesday June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada. Essential reconciliation and decolonization centres Indigenous voices and leadership in ecosystem stewardship, community building, and beyond.
You’re invited! Please join us for the second Bringing the Salmon Home Festival on Tuesday May 3 and Wednesday May 4, 2022. All events are free and online. REGISTER NOW! Learn more about
Spring is just around the corner here in the northern hemisphere. Sap is running in the trees, bears are stirring, and buttercups are beginning to show. There’s much blossoming in
Join us in casting a look here at all that we’ve accomplished together in the first several years of our Bringing the Salmon Home initiative: Indigenous-Led Governance Developed Indigenous-led governance
We are reflecting on the year past, and looking to the promise ahead. It’s been a momentous year for reckoning the costs of colonialism. The Secwépemc, Syilx Okanagan, and Ktunaxa
We are committed to strengthening connections between Nations, Tribes and non-Indigenous allies throughout the Columbia River Basin as we work together to bring the salmon home to the upper Columbia.A