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Community Focus
Location
Community Focus
American (US), Indigenous, Native American, Settler, Yakama
Location
White Swan, WA
Located on the Yakama Indian Reservation, Fort Simcoe is one of the few remaining pre-Civil War forts in the west.
Community Focus
Native American, Spokane / spoqín
Location
Wellpinit, WA
The Spokane Tribe of Indians ancestors inhabited much of northeastern Washington which consisted of approximately 3 million acres. At times they extended their hunting, fishing, and gathering grounds into Idaho and Montana. They are one of the Interior Salish speaking tribes, others include: the Coeur d’ Alene, Kalispel, Colville, San Poil, Nespelem, Okanagan, Lakes, the Shuswap of Canada and the Pend Oreille and Salish of the Flathead reservation.We are here to improve the lives of members of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
Community Focus
Native American, Settler
Location
Washougal, WA
Community Focus
Native American, Spokane / spoqín
Location
Wellpinit, WA
The Spokane Tribal Network (STN) has been around for many years and is an independent 501c3 nonprofit organization, that serves a valuable role for the Spokane Tribal community.
Community Focus
American (US), Native American, Settler
Location
Vancouver, WA
Located on the north bank of the Columbia River, in sight of snowy mountain peaks and a vibrant urban landscape, this park has a rich cultural past. From a frontier fur trading post, to a powerful military legacy, the magic of flight, and the origin of the American Pacific Northwest, history is shared at four unique sites. Discover stories of transition, settlement, conflict, and community.
Community Focus
Native American
Location
Vancouver, WA
Since 2011, the NACF has supported artists whose innovative and multifaceted approaches to literature, dance, visual arts, film, storytelling, music, and traditional arts strengthen culture, foster creativity and economic opportunity, and impact issues of social progress, environmental sustainability, and cultural equity.
Community Focus
Indigenous, Native American
Location
Vancouver, WA
Connecting people to the history, living cultures, and ecology of the Columbia River system through Indigenous voices.
Community Focus
Kalispel, Native American
Location
Usk, WA
The Kalispel Indians were semi-nomadic hunters, diggers and fishermen. We were often called the “river/lake paddlers.” The Kalispel Indian Reservation is located in Usk, Washington in Pend Oreille County. The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is rich in heritage.
Community Focus
Indigenous, Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
Community Focus
LGBTQ, Women, Native American
Location
Tulalip, WA
A Native American and LGBTQ+ woman owned market with OVER 300 SPACES for vendors!
Community Focus
Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve mission is to revive, restore, protect, interpret, collect and enhance the history, traditional cultural values and spiritual beliefs of the Tulalip Tribes who are the successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie and Skykomish tribes and other tribes and bands signatory to the Treaty of Point Elliott.
Community Focus
Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
Community Focus
Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
Tulalip News is an expanded on-line version of the Tulalip syəcəb newspaper. Syeceb is a Lushootseed word meaning the “gossip” or “news.” Our mission is to connect tribal members and the Tulalip community to news, information and entertainment that improves their lives. Tulalip News also provides a forum for conversation between our citizens and leadership.
Community Focus
Indigenous, Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
TULALIP TV provides programming to Tulalip Tribal members and households around Indian country.
Community Focus
Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
Location
Tulalip, WA
Tulalip Education Division is here to support Tulalip youth.
Community Focus
Native American, Yakama
Location
Toppenish, WA
The Yakama Nation Multimedia Services Program is made up of the media programs funded through the Yakama Nation. Currently, this includes the KYNR 1490-AM radio station and the Yakama Nation Review newspaper.The newspaper was established by Yakama Tribal Council Resolution May, 1970. The standard broadsheet newspaper is published every two weeks.

The primary news content is focused on the Yakama Nation, but also carries a mix of area, regional, national and international news and information affecting Indigenous populations. There are sections prescribed for Northwest Native news, Across Native America, People in the News, letters to the editor, a powwow calendar, sports, and classifieds.

The newspaper currently has a subscription listing of just under 1,000 readers. The newspaper accepts paid subscribers and offers a subscription discount to Yakama tribal members. There are about 800 newspapers sold at various sales outlets on the Yakama Reservation. The newspaper also accepts paid advertising.
Community Focus
Native American, Yakama
Location
Toppenish, WA
Upon central Washington's plateau and along the Columbia River reside tribal people called the Yakama's. The Cascade mountains shelter this central portion from marine showers. The rolling foothills and Yakima River are the eastern border. The tribal people comprising the Yakama Nation have lived in this area since the beginning of time. They used the entire land base, from the lowlands around the Columbia River to the snow-peaked Cascade Mountains.
Community Focus
Native American, Yakama
Location
Toppenish, WA
The mission of the Yakama Nation Museum is to care for, collect and protect the items that promote and preserve the Yakama Nation Culture (T-130-77). The objects are showcased for the cultural, social & economic expressin of the Yakama (T-104-76). We strive to educate the benefit our people and all people (T-67-79).
Community Focus
Native American, Shoalwater Bay
Location
Tokeland, WA
Our tribe was formed in 1866 incorporating members of Lower Chehalis, Shoalwater Bay and Chinookan people.
Community Focus
Native American, Quinault
Location
Taholah, WA
The Quinault Cultural Center and Museum is a museum of culture in Taholah, Washington, owned and funded by the Quinault Indian Nation.[3] It contains artifacts, arts, and crafts of the Quinault, housed in a converted retail building.