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Snoqualmie Tribe ENR
Last updated on September 4, 2014

The Snoqualmie Tribe Environmental and Natural Resource Department (ENR) will protect, preserve and enhance the environment of the Snoqualmie Reservation and traditional Tribal Lands, and promote the best management of natural resources for the benefit of current and future generations.

Organization GOALS:

  1. Support sustainable development to ensure environmentally responsible tribal growth.
  2. Protect and preserve traditional tribal lands and natural resources.
  3. Promote tribal and non-tribal community awareness of environmental issues and regulations through targeted outreach.
  4. Sustainably manage biotic and abiotic natural resources to ensure economic and cultural harvest opportunities for current and future generations.
  5. Increase biodiversity on and off of Tribal lands

  6. History:
    As a department of the Snoqualmie Tribe, ENR has been working on habitat restoration projects in the Snoqualmie Valley since 2007. Our main restoration effort lies along the Fall City reach of the Snoqualmie River. This area contains favorable habitat for salmon. It also contains lands that were traditionally inhabited by the Snoqualmie People. For these reasons, the ENR department is continuing efforts to restore this area. Snoqualmie ENR partners with King Conservation District, EPA, Mountains to Sound Greenway, Stewardship Partners, and many others in a watershed wide effort to improve habitat for salmon.

    Contact people:

     Eric Davies, Volunteer Coordinator, (phone), (email)
    Cindy Spiry, Program Director, (phone), (email)

    Main office number: (425) 292-0249


     9416 384th Ave. SE
    Snoqualmie, WA 98065
    This location is handicap accessible
    (See a map)

    Web Site: http://snoqualmietribe.us/content/environmental-and-natural-resources

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    Last updated on September 4, 2014

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