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Land Acknowledgement

Land Use Acknowledgment

A land acknowledgment is how people show an awareness of Indigenous presence and land rights in everyday life. Often it's done at the beginning of ceremonies, lectures, or any public event. It can be a way to recognize the history of colonialism and a need for change in settler-colonial societies.

The Tulalip Tribes Land Acknowledgements

Within Snohomish County

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this area, the Snohomish people, and their successors, the Tulalip Tribes. Since time immemorial, they have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands. We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water. We will strive to be honest about our past mistakes and bring about a future that includes their people, stories, and voices to form a more just and equitable society.

Outside of Snohomish County (can be used anywhere in Western Washington)

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this area, the Coast Salish people. Since time immemorial, they have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands. We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water. We will strive to be honest about our past mistakes and bring about a future that includes their people, stories, and voices to form a more just and equitable society.


Information

Main Line:
360-716-4000

Hours:
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Address:
6406 Marine Drive
Tulalip, WA 98271
(Driving Directions)

Toll Free:
1-800-869-8287