“We acknowledge that we make our lives here on Coast Salish land & water and want to honor Coast Salish people who have stewarded this land for thousands of years and are still here.”
Every year, United Indians of All Tribes hosts its annual Powwow at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. “Love is Sacred” was the theme of the 32nd annual powwow held on July 19-21, honoring Two-Spirit (LGBTQIA+) family, friends and loved ones.
This was the second year in which Seattle Parks and Recreation supported the event with Environmental Education activities and interpretation for all ages. Seattle Parks and Recreation provided native bird mounts, salmon ecology information, native plants guides, observation activities with microscopes, and nature-based art activities for youth.
We also offered four different opportunities for nature walks along the Wolf Tree Nature Trail immersing families in a positive, educational outdoor experience.