The Puyallup Tribe of Indians and the Affiliated Tribe of Northwest Indians (ATNI) invites you to our first Redefine. Reframe. Reclaim Summit.
The Summit provides us with an opportunity to examine the impact and implications of the Tacoma LNG plant that’s taken center stage for the Puyallup Tribe as they fight to preserve and protect their traditional and cultural lands.
The Summit will feature leading voices and expert advocates that are working in partnership with Tribes to protect our land, water, natural resources and communities from the impacts of short sighted fossil fuel projects across the Northwest Indian Country.
October 29-30, 2019
Emerald Queen Hotel Casino
5700 Pacific Hwy E
Fife, WA 98424
ATNI Natural Resources Mining & Extraction Summit Series 2019
Please join ATNI at the Mining & Extraction Summit 2019 hosted by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.
This summit will focus on past, current and proposed mining and exttractive operations and how Tribes are addressing the adverse impacts to their homelands.
The Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel
777 Bannock Trail
Fort Hall, ID 83203
For More Info:
Natural Resources Policy Coordinator
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
208.816.8341 | email@example.com
Changing Currents: Tribal Youth Water Summit 2019
Empowering Clean Minds for Cleaner Water
AUGUST 10-16, 2019 @ UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Join us in Eugene, Oregon at the University of Oregon for a week-long leadership and education experience for tribal youth. Leadership comes in all forms, from speaking out to being an active citizen in your community. At the Changing Currents: Tribal Youth Water Summit, we will be exploring what it means to be the next generation of water leaders. The summit is intended to bring together like-minded tribal youth with a passion for water, natural resources, education and social action.
Topics and Activities include:
- Tribal Worldview of Water: Explore Our Relationship Water
- Other Uses of Water: Technical, Ground Water, Surface Water Business, Agriculture, and Power Generation
- Water as Medicine
- Legal Complexity of Water: Tribal Rights, Law, Stewardship Responsibilities, Ancestral Rights, Treaty Rights
- Social & Environmental Justice: What’s Your Response?
Field trips to water resource sites, including water reservoirs, a wildlife refuge, and to the beautiful Oregon Coast.
The Changing Currents Program will select 20-25 tribal youth ages 15-19 years old from Pacific Northwest tribes. The participants will be exposed to university life, classroom learning, and tribal water culture. The participants will also take field trips to water resources sites. Participants will be housed at the Native American Studies section and in the Kalapuya Illahi Residence Hall. Housing and meals will be provided for the selected participants, travel costs to and from the Tribal Youth Water Summit are on your own.
Changing Currents is a program of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI). The Tribal Youth Water Summit is funded by private foundations. Later this year, ATNI will be hosting a Tribal Leaders Water Summit in September 2019.
Applications are due June 25, 2019
Contact: Shirod Younker (Coquille/Coos) – firstname.lastname@example.org – 503.789.6094