A Coho Homecoming

In a Nature Conservancy video, Coquille Tribal biologist Helena Linnell talks about the Working Landscapes project, which is restoring salmon habitat in the Coquille Valley. View video 

You can read the story of a historic moment —the day when the gates opened to restore tidewaters that had been absent for more than a century.  Click here to read 

Learn more about the tidelands project on the Working Landscapes website.  Click here

 

 

Develop SB13 Coquille Indian Tribe Culture Curriculum

Contact/Questions: Please Email your questions to Bridgett Wheeler  Culture, Education, and Learning Services Director bridgettwheeler@coquilletribe.org

**RFP due date 5:00PM on October 26, 2018

Email electronic copies of proposal to:

Bridgett Wheeler bridgettwheeler@coquilletribe.org

Arlea Grenade arleagrenade@coquilletribe.org

 

RFP DEVELOP SB13 COQUILLE INDIAN TRIBE CULTURE CURRICULUM

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Coquille Tribal Community Fund

Tribal fund tackles community needs 

 

NORTH BEND – Fifty-seven deserving community organizations have received grants from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund, serving causes as diverse as feeding the hungry, disposing of unused prescription drugs, and performing Shakespeare in a city park.

Supported by revenue from The Mill Casino-Hotel, the fund distributed $291,164 in grants at a luncheon on Friday, March 2. With this year’s total included, the fund has awarded more than $6.1 million since its launch in 2001. During that time it has been Coos County’s largest consistent supporter of community organizations.

Founded in the Pacific Northwest Indian spirit of potlatch, the Coquille Tribal Community Fund seeks to strengthen the community by improving opportunities and lives throughout the region.

Here are links to stories about some great examples of 2018 grantees:

Fresh Alliance

 

 

 

Myrtle Point Fire Department

 

 

 

 

 

Egyptian Theatre

 

 

 

 

Coos Watershed Association

 

 

 

Clambake Music Festival

 

 

 

Click here for more about the community fund.