History and Progress: New Paths on Old Land

The first recorded direct contact between European culture and what is now known as the Skokomish Indian Tribe dates back to 1792. Since then the Tribe has weathered storms, both literal and cultural, and proudly remains in their aboriginal territory,…

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Saving a Road and a Salmon Run in Just One Day

Look closely to see salmon running in the stream. Much was at risk for the Skokomish Indian Tribe where Diddle Creek meets Hood Canal. A hole was developing in the roadway, collapsing on an existing culvert used by salmon to…

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