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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Time Immemorial: A Fishing History of the Lummi People
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Available Documents

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Forecast
On-Reservation
Marine
(Rosario Strait)

  Gooseberry Tides

Data sourced from USDOC/NOAA/NOS/COOPS (Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and ServicesDisclaimer: The official Tide and Tidal Current prediction tables are published annually on October 1, for the following calendar year. Tide and Tidal Current predictions generated prior to the publishing date of the official tables are subject to change. The enclosed data are based upon the latest information available as of the date of your request. Tide and Tidal Current predictions generated may differ from the official predictions if information for the station requested has been updated since the publishing date of the official tables. For more information visit NOAA/COOPS website
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View from Portage Island

Canoe races during the Stommish Festival.

Luxuriant beds of Pacific eelgrass are found throughout Lummi and Portage Bays.

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