Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Proposing Unlawful Expansion of Hunting Areas for Some Tribes in Unwritten Side Agreements. Department Determined in 2015 Those Tribes Had No Evidence of Treaty-Based Hunting Rights in the Expanded Areas.
- Click here to read the October 18, 2019 press release.
- Additional background information is available here.
- WDFW’s January 13, 2015 Letter to Jamestown and Port Gamble S’Klallams Stating They Had Not Proven Hunting Rights in Quileute’s Area
- WDFW’s January 13, 2015 Letter to Elwha Tribe Stating It Had Not Proven Hunting Rights in Quileute’s Area
- WDFW’s January 9, 2015 Anthropological Report Finding No Evidence of S’Klallam Hunting in Quileute’s Area
- WDFW’s November 25, 2015 Letter to Jamestown and Port Gamble S’Klallams Stating They Had Not Proven Hunting Rights in Quileute’s Area
- WDFW’s November 24, 2015 Anthropological Report Finding No Evidence of S’Klallam Hunting in Quileute’s Area
QUILEUTE NATURAL RESOURCES
Quileute Natural Resources
401 Main Street
PO Box 187
La Push, WA 98350
Tel: (360) 374-2248
Fax: (360) 374-9250
The Quileute Natural Resources Mission: Our goals are to provide treaty year-round fishing opportunity within the Quileute Usual and Accustomed Treaty Area for Quileute Tribal members, for commercial, ceremonial, and subsistence purposes; and to assure primary hunting and gathering rights can be exercised within the Treaty Ceded Lands. Our staff will work with the elected Quileute Natural Resources Committee, a policy body, and the elected Quileute Tribal Council, the oversight body, to define and implement responsible management, including development of tribal ordinances and regulations; planning for resource management within state, federal, and tribal resource management entities; and design/implementation of of habitat management, protection, and restoration within our Treaty Areas on the land and in the ocean. The Quileute Tribe is a member tribe of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission.
A summary of our activities are included in a brochure. To download the PDF, click here.
Current fishing regulations for tribal members are available via PDF on this page.
Please see the links below:
Other important documents:
- Natural Resources
- The Treaty of Olympia
- Important Links
- Committee and Policy Representatives
- Enrollment Committee
- Staff Directory
- Shellfish Hotline
- Elders' Traditions
- Climate Change
- Subproceeding No. 09-1