Other tribal hunting and co-management resources

Governor's office of Indian Affairs

The Governor's Office of Indian Affairs, recognizing the importance of sovereignty, affirms the government-to-government relationship and principles identified in the Centennial Accord and Millennium Agreement to promote and enhance tribal self-sufficiency and serves to assist the state in developing policies consistent with those principles.

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

Acting as a central coordinating body, the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission provides a forum for member tribes to jointly address natural resource management issues and enables tribes to speak with a unified voice on issues of mutual concern.

Upper Columbia United Tribes

The Upper Columbia United Tribes unites five area tribes for the protection, preservation, and enhancement of tribal rights, sovereignty, culture, fish, water, wildlife, habitat, and other interests and issues of common concern in their respective territories through a structured process of cooperation and coordination for the benefit of all people.

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission

The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission's mission is to ensure a unified voice in the overall management of the fishery resources, and as managers, to protect reserved treaty rights through the exercise of the inherent sovereign powers of the tribes.