Thank you to all that attended our 2014 Salmon Homecoming Celebration!! We hope you enjoyed your time with us as much as we did.
Special Thanks to the Seattle Aquarium staff and to the Environmental Presenters who participated! Thank you to the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission and Seattle Public Utilities staff!! You all did an awesome job!
Thank you Lummi Fish Commission! The fish and frybread was so good! Thank you Nick – You’re the Best!! Thank you Muckleshoot Tribal Security for keeping us safe, Muckleshoot Event Committee and Work Force for all your hard work!
Thank you to the Canoe Families and the Pow Wow drummers and dancers who participated!!
The Salmon Homecoming Alliance couldn’t have done it without your support and participation.
If you missed this year, hope we see you next year!!
Salmon Homecoming is all about the people of the Pacific Northwest, whoever they are and whatever they do. That means we’re here for you, because your health, spirit and even your sustainable economy is most certainly about the salmon.
The Salmon Homecoming Alliance is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit foundation, established to organize, plan, develop and facilitate programs and events associated with Salmon Homecoming. Board members represent a variety of governments, associations, foundations and industries. Our objectives are to provide opportunities for tribal and non-tribal communities to come together in a positive atmosphere, learn from one another, and explore ways to support cooperative spirit in salmon restoration and protection.
We are happy to continue the tradition by celebrating the 22nd annual Salmon Homecoming ceremony. The celebrations have always included cultural presentations, such as Northwest traditional gatherings, Pow Wows and Cedar Canoe events. We’ve sponsored environmental fairs, educational outreach activities, salmon bakes and even salmon runs. We present “Seventh Generation Legacy Awards” every year to people who have made important contributions to natural resources and Indian/non-Indian relations. We have accomplished much, but our Salmon Story has just begun.
“Salmon are the measuring stick of well-being in the Pacific Northwest.”
-Billy Frank, Jr., Chairman, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission