Salmon Homecoming Celebration Set for Sept. 14-15

Keepers of the Salmon for Time Immemorial: Salmon Homecoming Celebration Set for Sept. 14-15 The 26th annual Salmon Homecoming Celebration, featuring arts and crafts booths, cultural performances, a pow wow and salmon bake is scheduled for Sept. 14-15 at the Seattle Aquarium and Waterfront Park, 1301 Alaskan Way. The celebration centers around the idea that we are “Keepers of the Salmon for Time Immemorial.” “Whenever we make decisions, we need…

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Call for Artwork

This is a call for artwork submissions for the 26th Annual Salmon Homecoming Celebration happening at Waterfront Park on the Seattle waterfront on September 14 and 15, 2018. Our theme this year is “Keepers of the Salmon for Time Immemorial”. A salmon MUST play a prominent role in the artwork submitted. Your artwork, if selected, will be featured on this year’s poster, merchandise, our website, and selected printed materials. Please…

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School Days on the Waterfront

The Salmon Homecoming Alliance (SHA) is non-profit founded in 2001. Salmon Homecoming Celebration, an annual event hosted in Seattle, honors the fall return of the salmon and introduces local families to Native American culture by providing traditional celebrations and a holistic program of related environmental education activities. “School Days on the Waterfront” is a vital part of the Salmon Homecoming Celebration. Hosted at the Seattle Aquarium, 4th and 5th grade…

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Seattle Times | God entrusted the earth to us, so act accordingly

As the world’s human population swells, as our natural resources near depletion, as pollutants decimate forests and cause global warming, we must remember that God created the Earth as a trust and put it in our care. We must all be better stewards of the Earth. Local News | God entrusted the earth to us, so act accordingly | Seattle Times Newspaper.

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Unity Accord Forged at Annual Salmon Homecoming Forum

SEATTLE – The theme of the 16th Annual Salmon Homecoming Ceremony, "The Drum Beats for Everyone" led to the development of a Unity Accord on the environment that connected people from all walks of life in the pursuit of stewardship. American Indians joined with African, Asian, Hispanic, Caucasian and other Americans to craft a "Unity Accord" on the environment at the Salmon Homecoming Forum on Thursday, 9/11. The accord, signed…

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