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Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes
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Tribal Resources and Land Conservation - Grand Ronde Tribes

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Presented by Lawrence Schwabe of Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde at Within Our Reach 2012

Presented by Lawrence Schwabe of Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde at Within Our Reach 2012

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  • 1. Tribal Resources and Land ConservationLawrence Schwabe, Hydrosystem Compliance Specialist Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde December 11, 2012
  • 2. Historical Land Mangers Prior toTreaty Signingn  Active and extensive management of landscapes and resources to encourage productionn  Extensive trade networkn  However, cultures and languages varied across W. Oregonn  Relatively large amount of wealth
  • 3. The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon Ceded Lands / Usual and Accustomed Areas in Oregon, Washington and California ± Sept. 10, 1853 | 10 Stat. 1018 | Ratified Apr. 12, 1854 | Proclaimed Feb. 5, 1855 " ) Astoria Nov. 15, 1854 | 10 Stat. 1119 | Ratified Mar. 3, 1855 | Proclaimed Apr. 7, 1855 Tribes & Bands: Rogue River Nehalem " ) Cascade Locks Fort Vancouver " ) " ) Sept. 19, 1853 | 10 Stat. 1027 | Ratified Apr. 12, 1854 | Proclaimed Feb. 5, 1855 " Portland ) Tillamook Tribes & Bands: Cow Creek Band of Umpquas " ) Oregon City " ) Dayton _ [ " ) Grand Ronde " ) Nov. 29, 1854 | 10 Stat. 1125 | Ratified Mar. 3, 1855 | Proclaimed Mar. 30, 1855 Lincoln City " ) Salem " ) Tribes & Bands: Confederated Bands of Umpqua, Calapooias residing in Umpqua Valley Newport Albany " ) " ) Corvallis " ) Jan. 22, 1855 | 10 Stat. 1143 | Ratified, Mar. 3, 1855 | Proclaimed, Apr. 10, 1855 Tribes & Bands: Tualatin Calapooias, Yam Hill, Chelukimauke, Chepenapho, Chemapho, Chelamela, Bands of the Calapooias, Molalla Band of Molallas, Calapooia Band of Calapooias, Winnefelly, Mohawk, Tekopa, Chafan, Bands of Calapooias, Wahlalla Band of Tumwaters, Clackamas, Clowwewalla Tumwater Band, Santiam Bands of Calapooias Bend Eugene " ) " ) Florence " ) Nov. 18, 1854 | 10 Stat. 1122 | Ratified Mar. 3, 1855 | Proclaimed Apr. 10, 1855 Tribes & Bands: Quilsieton, Nahelta Bands of Chasta, Cownantico, Sacheriton, Naalye Bands of Scotons, Grave Creek Band of Umpquas " ) Coos Bay _ [ _ [ Dec. 21, 1855 | 12 Stat. 981 | Ratified Mar. 8, 1859 | Proclaimed Apr. 27, 1859 Roseburg " ) Tribes & Bands: Molallas _ [ Legend " ) _ [ _ [ _ [ Medford " )Brookings") ! ! ! !
  • 4. Tribal Visionn  The Tribal people have lived on the land and have been connected to the land from time immemorial.n  Natural resources = Culturaln  The people have made use of every type of habitat that historically existed, and are the original stewards of the land including all native species. Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana)
  • 5. Challengesn  Invasive speciesn  Habitat alteration or degradationn  Overdevelopmentn  Overuse/misuse of harmful pesticidesn  Native species seen as nuisances
  • 6. 1847 versus Modern Day Photo: Willamette Riverkeeper
  • 7. Solutionsn  Outreachn  Educationn  Active in long term conservation and restoration efforts.n  Long-term Partnerships Rattlesnake Butte outside Monroe
  • 8. Rattlesnake Butte
  • 9. Chahalpam Wildlife Area
  • 10. Questions? Thank You!

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