Lummi Natural Resources

Lummi Natural Resources

The mission of the Lummi Natural Resources Department is to enhance, manage, and protect the natural resources into perpetuity for the benefit of the Lummi people in accordance with the policies and procedures of the Lummi Nation.

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Featured Video:
Time Immemorial: A Fishing History of the Lummi People
© Lisa A Cook

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Available Documents

There are 369 documents currently available in the Lummi Natural Resources portion of the website.

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Early morning on Hales Pass.

Landing the catch in a ceremonial sockeye salmon fishery in the Strait of Georgia.

Low tide at Point Francis, Portage Island

Tribal members digging for Horse Clams near Gooseberry Point.