Storytelling Collections

Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty

By the Medicine Creek and Point Elliot Treaties, the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe reserves the right to fish, hunt, and gather on non-reservation land as our Duwamish ancestors did. We give back to the land before we take from it, so it will always be there for our future.

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The Salmon People's Struggle to Survive: The Story of Muckleshoot Fisheries

June 22, 2023

Salmon and the Muckleshoot Tribe have always had a beautifully intertwined and spiritual relationship. See how they rely on each other for survival in this story.

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Smoking Salmon and Preserving Tradition

April 4, 2023

Watch Muckleshoot Tribal Elder Mike Jerry Sr. explain the traditional technique of salmon smoking and the importance of salmon to the Muckleshoot people.

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Picking Huckleberries with the Muckleshoot Tribe

September 22, 2022

Late each summer, Muckleshoot Tribal Members follow in their ancestors' footsteps to harvest huckleberries in the high country near Mount Rainier.