MUCKLESHOOT MESSENGER

March 2024

Vol. XXV, No. 2
Muckleshoot indian reservation, wash.
March 2024

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March 2024
Vashon Clam Digging Open & Oyster Permits Available

It’s springtime and the Muckleshoot Fisheries Division is pleased to announce that the Tribe’s Vashon Island tidelands are OPEN for Clam Digging and Oyster Harvest Permits are now available at the Fisheries Office. 

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March 2024
For Phil Hamilton, Salmon Fishing Is a Birthright

As the Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery celebrates its 30th anniversary, we are taking a look back at the people and the activities that brought about the formation and development of this unique organization and partnership.

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Capturing Mule Deer with the Wildlife Program

Each year when winter arrives, the Wildlife Program begins gearing up for one of our biggest events of the year – mule deer captures on the eastern slope of the Cascades.

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Mountain View Fire & Rescue Push-In Ceremony

On March 8th, Tribal representatives joined the Mountain View Fire and Rescue in the push-in ceremony for a new rescue wagon.

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The Muckleshoot Messenger is a Tribal publication created by the Muckleshoot Office of Media Services. Tribal community members and Tribal employees are welcome to submit items to the newspaper such as news, calendar items, photos, poems, and artwork.