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The Twelve Bands compose the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation: Chelan, Chief Joseph Band of Nez Perce, Colville, Eniat, Lakes, Methow, Moses-Columbia, Nespelem, Okanogan, Palus, San Poil, Wenatchi.



The Tribe intends to preserve the land and traditions of the Indian People. At the same time, self-sufficiency and sovereignty will be advocated as the Tribe utilizes the many resources available to improve the Reservation.


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The current Colville reservation encompasses 1.4 Million acres of land, consisting of: tribally owned lands held in federal trust status for the Colville Confederated Tribes, land owned by individual Colville tribal members (most of which is also held in federal trust status), and land owned by other tribal or non-tribal entities. The Colville tribes also have 9,166 acres of off reservation management areas.Parks & Recreation —

The Colville Reservation is the homeland of estimated 7692 residents in north central Washington. the diverse landscape of the area provides numerous opportunities for socioeconomic development. Lakes and streams offer outdoors-recreational pursuits for both the visitors and the residents of the Reservation. The Tribe intends to preserve the land and traditions of the Indian People. At the same time, self-sufficiency and sovereignty will be advocated as the Tribe utilizes the many resources available to improve the Reservation.