Understanding Treaty Rights in Today's Landscape: A Tulalip Perspective - Oct 19

Join members of the Tulalip Tribes to learn about recreation and treaty rights on October 19 in Tulalip.
The Mountaineers The Mountaineers
September 08, 2019

The Mountaineers is excited to partner with Tulalip Tribes for a one-day workshop to discuss recreation and treaty rights. This is a unique and special invitation for our community to meet with tribal leaders to learn about their culture and connection to the local landscape.

  • Date: Saturday, October 19
  • Time: 9am-2pm
  • Location: Tulalip Dining Hall
  • Address: 4033 76th Place NW, Tulalip, WA 98271


As Washington's  population continues to grow, the number of people out recreating has impacted the way local tribes are able to exercise their treaty rights. We are grateful for this invitation from the Tulalip Tribes to spend a day learning about tribal history in the Pacific Northwest, what treaty rights are, and how our Mountaineers community can work with - not against - local tribes.

Topics for this workshop will include:

  • How treaty rights support healthy ecosystems.
  • Recreation's effects on treaty rights
  • Ways that The Mountaineers can support tribes and treaty rights.
  • Tulalip history, culture, and life-ways.


This workshop is offered at no change, and lunch will be provided. Space is limited, and we hope that you can join us!