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Return of the Wapato in the Evergreen Magazine, featuring Emily Washines a Yakama Cree Skokomish tribal member


Spotlight: The Evergreen State College. (February 19, 2019). Interview with Emily Washines, MPA Tribal Governance Alumna, By Yen Huynh 

Article: Article: Yakima-Herald Republic. (Nov 26, 2018). Scholar and historian to speak about “Wedding, Wapato & War” during Wednesday talk at Yakama Nation Cultural Center, by Tammy Ayer

NW News Network (Nov 28, 2018). A Yakama woman’s promise to her elders sheds light on a forgotten Pacific Northwest war  

Film & Guest Blog: Public Broadcasting Service, KCTS-9. (Nov 2018). The Yakama War“ and Living History of the Yakama Nation.” Seattle, WA: Cascade Public Media.

Article: Yakama Nation Review. (July 2018). Powerful Alliances Grow with Women are Sacred Efforts. Toppenish, WA: Yakama Nation.

Article: Yakama Nation Review. (Aug 2018). Power Paddle to Puyallup Toppenish, WA: Yakama Nation.

Cover Article: The Evergreen Magazine. (Feb 5, 2018) Return of the Wapato, by Sandra Kaiser

Film: Indian Country Today Media Network. (Dec 2013). Video: Yakama Nation’s Work to Bring Back the Salmon. New York, NY: Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC.

Article: Yakama Nation Review. (April 2013). The Science of Sɨnux̱: Yakama Nation uses volitional release and acclimation ponds to boost juvenile coho numbers. Toppenish, WA: Yakama Nation.

Article: NCW Community Success Summit. (Nov 2012). For Generations Not Yet Born. Wenatchee, WA: Wenatchee World 

Editorial and Film: Indian Country Today Media Network. (Oct 2011). “Editorial and Short Film: The Condit Dam Removal and Moving Forward in the White Salmon River.” New York, NY: Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC.

Case Study, Book & Report: 

Authored or co-authored with Emily Washines, founder of Native Friends

Enduring Legacies Native Case Studies. (2010). "Natural Restoration and Cultural Knowledge of the Yakama Nation," co-authored with Jerry Peltier. Olympia, WA: The Evergreen State College

Center for Indigenous Studies. (July 2003). “Indigenous Rights, Water, and Development: The Skokomish and the Yakamas” co-authored with Stefanie D. Wickstrom and Rex Wirth. Temuco, Chile: University of the Frontier

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2002). Conference proceedings of Third National Conference on Women 2001: SAMHSA Report to Congress: Rockville, MD: SAMHSA