Helping our Tribal Communities understand and prepare for climate change


Our tribal communities and natural resources

Explore the areas we work, and the communities we support

Starting in 2015, the Point No Point Treaty Council has been developing the scientific expertise and capacity for addressing climate change for our tribes in the Northwest region by identifying natural resources vulnerabilities and developing studies using historic, present, and future projected data on resource management issues.

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How Native Americans
are Witnessing Climate Change

We cannot afford to lose momentum on preparing for climate change because it is already affecting our tribal communities and the natural resources they depend on. The Tribes’ fishing, hunting, and gathering in these areas are being threatened now more than ever before. Understanding the impacts of climate change is a major priority for us.

Randy Harder

Executive Director, Point No Point Treaty Council

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