Sustaining our Traditions and Culture
Sustaining our Traditions and Culture
Tulalip Natural Resources Department image of near Tulalip estuary and uplands with urban development encroachment
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Sustaining our Traditions and Culture

Education and Outreach

The Natural Resources Outreach and Education Program assists with department projects, educates the public, and support local schools with environmental education. Outreach and Education is involved in the Tulalip Mountain Camp that brings Tulalip youth to the mountains for a week to learn about nature, backpacking, and their culture. Other undertakings include participation in community events, classroom presentations, producing outreach materials such as brochures, and tours of Tribal environmental projects. Our goal is to provide information to the public about Tulalip Natural Resources and its dedication to the environment and natural resources that are so important to Tulalip culture.

The Northwest Straits Initiative recently released this 4 minute new animated short film: "Engaging Conservation Leaders" with Tulalip Tribal member, Terry Williams

Tulalip Natural Resources Department line art image of forest or wetland area