The Yakama Nation's history, culture, and the lives of our people are intertwined with the salmon and the Columbia.
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The Yakama Nation advocates for resources that cannot speak for themselves.
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Our innovative projects and partnerships restore culturally important fish runs in the Columbia River.
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Educator Resources
Find tools and resources developed by Yakama Nation Fisheries that can be used to help shape K-12 curriculums.
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Harvest News

Good numbers of coho are returning to the Icicle River surplus above the needs of production exists; therefore The Fish & Wildlife Committee hereby authorize weekly openings on the Icicle River from 6am Tuesdays - 6pm Saturdays effective...

Yakama Nation Fisheries

Honor. Protect.

Yakama Nation Fisheries is a program of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.  We work "To honor, protect and restore Nch'i-Wa'na (the Columbia River), its tributaries and its resources for the benefit of current and future generations of the Yakama people as reserved for them in the Treaty of 1855 (12 stat. 951).

Storymaps from Yakama Nation Fisheries

Click on the links below to view interactive Storymaps providing an overview of Yakama Nation Fisheries' projects.

Click Here for the Complete Library of YN Fisheries Project Storymaps.


Yakama Nation Harvest

Collection of YN Production, Species Restoration, and Tribal Harvest Storymaps



Yakama Nation's Willamette River and Toxics Storymap