Links to Other Sites
Coy's Dock has lots of information and photos about the
Tulalip Reservation and the Tulalip Tribes. [A Tulalip Tribal
member's web site]
The Kurtis A. James Home Page. [A Tulalip Tribal member's
The Tulalip Tribes main web site is the central web site
for the Tulalip tribal government and Tulalip tribal enterprises.
Everett Herald covers Snohomish County and the world,
- web site contains
about 850 bibliographic entries and 250 Internet resources
covering the subject of environmental issues facing Native
Aboriginal Links is an Indigenous Peoples web directory
listing many of the fine Native, Aboriginal and Indigenous
sites found on the world wide web.
- The Northwest
Indian Fisheries Commission provides technical services
to 20 tribes in the Boldt Case Area. Their web includes links
to the member tribes as well as other sites related to tribes
and fisheries management.
- The Columbia
River Intertribal Fish Commission is the technical support
and coordinating agency for fishery management policies of
the four Columbia River treaty tribes.
Pacific Fishery Management Council is one of eight regional
fishery management councils established under the Magnuson
Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 and the Sustainable
Fisheries Act of 1996. The Pacific Council has developed fishery
management plans for salmon, groundfish and coastal pelagic
species in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) off the
coasts of Washington, Oregon and California.
- The Native
American Fish and Wildlife Society promotes the protection,
preservation, and enhancement of fish and wildlife resources
in North America.
Week in "American Indian" History lists events in American
Indian history on a day-by-day-basis. It has tribal name meanings,
alternative names, & Indian moons. It also includes an impressively
long list of links to tribal web sites.
- The Pacific
States Marine Fisheries Commission coordinates discussion
of fishery issues among the Pacific Coast states. They also
sponsor the coast-wide mark committee, which Tulalip and the
other tribes partcipate in. Their site includes links to many
other fisheries-related sites.
- The U.S. Fish
& Wildlife Service World Wide Web Site provides information
on the many areas of responsibility of the Fish and Wildlife
- The U.S. Department
of the Interior's mission is "to protect and provide
access to our Nation's natural and cultural heritage and honor
our trust responsibilities to tribes."
- The American
Fisheries Society is North America's oldest professional
society representing fishery scientists.
- For simultaneous searches of the WWW using all the best
known search engines at once, I recommend either Savvy
Search or Metacrawler
have met the enemy and he is ...", is Pogo's explanation
of the root cause of the environmental crisis (including the
original 1971 Earth Day strip).
- Puget Sound Tidal Energy