Seattle Public Library
Now through 8/30/2018
Northwest Washington’s tribal communities have long recognized the importance of water and water-based resources in sustaining life in this region. Come explore how the sea and the rivers, and the wealth of resources in them -the salmon, whales, tule, and shellfish – are important to the region’s tribes and the work they are doing to protect those resources for future generations. Curated by Shannon Kopelva and Jennifer Ott.
This exhibit is located in the Level 8 Gallery of Seattle Public Library’s Central Library, 1000 Fourth Avenue in downtown Seattle.