Lummi Nation

Lummi Nation

We are the Lhaq'temish, The Lummi People. We are the original inhabitants of Washington's northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. For thousands of years, we worked, struggled and celebrated life on the shores and waters of Puget Sound.

We are fishers, hunters, gatherers, and harvesters of nature's abundance. We envision our homeland as a place where we enjoy an abundant, safe, and healthy life in mind, body, society, environment, space, time and spirituality; where all are encouraged to succeed and none are left behind.

You have reached the website for some departments of the Lummi Nation, currently hosted by the Lummi Natural Resources Department.

If the department you wish to find is not listed, try visiting the official LIBC website at You may also be interested in viewing the Lummi Nation's non-governmental website here.

We hope you find the website helpful.

Available Documents

There are 425 documents currently available in the Lummi Nation website.

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  Gooseberry Tides

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