Member Tribes

Our Tribal Network

The UCUT’s five member tribes collaborate to communicate and resolve common issues and concerns. Our leadership model allows UCUT to rehabilitate and maintain crucial wildlife corridors and ways of life, through the sharing of resources and efforts for the benefit of the whole region.

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OUR COMMUNITY

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"You want to save our orca? Save our salmon ... An opportunity right in front of us is changing how we manage the Columbia River watershed. The Columbia River Treaty, the 1964 agreement between the ... See more

To save the orca, make salmon runs healthy again.

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Last summer, UCUT, Earth Economics and other partners released The Value of Natural Capital in the Columbia River Basin, a report that shows the Columbia River Basin’s natural capital provides $198 ... See more

The Columbia River Basin is an abundant watershed, supporting immense forests, the largest salmon runs in the world, and diverse and abundant wildlife. These natural resources benefit our region with ... See more