Oregon’s youth who are affected by this proposal are standing up. Will you stand up for our future too, Governor Brown?
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Klamath/Siletz Tribal Native
Not fazed by car accident, Case comes back strong
Article by: Joaquin Aguilar Herald & News Sports Reporter – November 10, 2017
It only takes a moment to turn a person’s life around.
Farrah Parrish is a 14 year old descendant of the Klamath Tribes. She is the daughter of Brad Parrish and AJ Heemsah; granddaughter of Roberta Frost and the late Terry Parrish Sr. Farrah has grown up on the side lines watching both her parents play basketball. Now Farrah … Continue reading
Mercedez Alexiz Rasdal gained her angel wings on Oct.22nd, 2017, after an eight month battle with DIPG (brain cancer) . Mercedez was gifted to this world in Klamath Falls on May 22nd, 2006 to Eric Rasdal and Tyra Moore. She attended … Continue reading
Moccasin Making Class -Chiloquin, Oregon
November 3, 2017 (All Day), cost for materials and instruction is $75.00. Contact Noree at 541.325.2115, or email her: email@example.com or you can Pre-Pay Danita Herrera. Thank you
Be Ready for Rock Your Mocc’s! Moccasin making class in Chiloquin on Friday, November 3rd. Class will be … Continue reading
Final Deadline to Submit Documents Set for Payment in the Cobell Settlement and Court Approval of Initial Scholarship Payment:
The US District Court for the District of Columbia (the “Court”) has set November 27, 2017 as the final deadline for any Class Member or the heir of a Class Member … Continue reading
Pray for the Fish!
100 Year Prayer- October 25th, 2017
10:15am – Pacific Time
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017, marks the 100 year anniversary since the Copco 1 Dam, on the Klamath River, closed its gates and shut off Salmon and Steelhead to the entire Klamath Lake Basin and upper tributaries … Continue reading
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gew ?a seesas Joseph Dupris. ni ?a mbosaksaawaskni gi. ewskni ?an gi, moowat’aakknii ?an gi, nuumu ?an gi, mnicoujou lakota ?an gi.
pk’isap gew Kathy Hill gi coy ptisap gew Joseph Dupris gi. pq’olip gew Janie Haddock gi coy pk’aasip gew Pat Hill gi. pt’eewip gew Mona … Continue reading
After 100 Years… this natural tributary is now re-open for Historic Fish Passage
We’re excited to share this 9 minute video link that shows the monumental efforts by so many, to re-open the Crater Lake/Sun Creek Channel in Fort Klamath, Oregon. This video, produced by Jeff Gersh and … Continue reading
A lot of news articles about evacuations have come out of the wildfires in wine country – if you had just a few minutes to evacuate, what would you take? Below is a compilation of the best recommendations I could find from some of these articles, in no … Continue reading
“This is a very powerful stance by this warrior and shows the true intent of the newly elected officials of US Government to make decisions that benefit the few and forsake the many. With strong leadership and courage to call a skunk a skunk hopefully we can get this message … Continue reading
ELDERS TRIP TO OREGON SHAKESPEARE festival Aryel Harrington
Director, Community Services Dept.
The Klamath Tribes
PO Box 436, Chiloquin, OR 97624
Ph: (541) 783-2219, ext. 119
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YFGC Prevention is starting Culture Club classes for the 2017-2018 year beginning today. If anyone is interested in the Klamath language, Rob Busby will be onsite at the Klamath location teaching language as well. Please share this flyer far and wide. Continue reading
Working to improve conditions in the rivers and streams for future generations
CHILOQUIN, OR. – In cooperation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the … Continue reading
A Must See…
Landmark Native Film Neither Wolf Nor Dog Opens at Pelican Cinemas in Klamath Falls, OR from September 29th for at least one week…
Congratulations Graduate! OSU
Jade Martinez, Chiloquin, recently graduated from Oregon State University where she earned a Master of Natural Resources with a Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Natural Resources. She also has … Continue reading
YOU CAN HELP US STOP THE PIPELINE IN OREGON.
SEE VIDEO AND SEE HOW…
Video of: The Klamath Tribes STOP the Pacific Connector Pipeline & Jordan Cove LNG Export … Continue reading
Alethea Barlowe, MS EI/ECSE
Native Youth Program Supervisor
Klamath Tribes, Education Department
Effective today these services open up to all enrolled Tribal members, residing within Klamath County.
It is no longer necessary to be on any other program, Tribal or State for this service to be provided. Attached please find a flyer indicating the services that the Employment & Training program can provide.
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The Lacrosse Clinic, held in … Continue reading
New Youth Council Chairwoman is Ashia Wilson, (bottom row- 4th Chair)
Thank you to everyone for all their hard work and commitment over the past 3 days!
Photos by: Taylor R. Tupper- Klamath News Dept. Continue reading
E- News Release
Klamath Tribes new hotel ground breaking ceremony
By: Taylor R. Tupper- Klamath Tribes News Dept.
August 15, 2017
CHILOQUIN, OREGON — … Continue reading
We are happy to announce that Symphony for Nature, the documentary movie about the making of “Natural History,” will premiere on Southern Oregon Public Television … Continue reading
Good Morning to all my beautiful people!
My name is Sahalie Crain; I am a Klamath, Modoc, and Paiute Native, enrolled with the Klamath Tribes of Oregon. I just finished my … Continue reading
OREGON TRIBES: Protecting our Tribal Culture and Sacred Sites
A Signing Ceremony for SB 144-A was held in Salem, Oregon at Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s … Continue reading