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RESIST. REFRAME. RECLAIM. 2019 ATNI SUMMIT SERIES - PART I | OCTOBER 29-30 | PUYALLUP, WASHINGTON

RESIST. RECLAIM. REFRAME.

2019 ATNI SUMMIT SERIES - PART I: FOSSIL FUEL

The Puyallup Tribe of Indians and the Affiliated Tribe of Northwest Indians (ATNI) invites you to our firstĀ Redefine. Reframe. Reclaim Summit. The Summit provides us with an opportunity to examine the impact and implications of the Tacoma LNG plant that's taken center stage for the Puyallup Tribe as they fight to preserve and protect their traditional and cultural lands. The Summit will feature leading voices and expert advocates that are working in partnership with Tribes to protect our land, water, natural resources and communities from the impacts of short sighted fossil fuel projects across the Northwest Indian Country.

Emerald Queen Conference Center | 5580 Pacific HWY E., Fife, Washington 98424

Tarika Powell, Sightline Institute, provided a Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) 101 overview.

Ramona Bennet, Former Puyallup Tribal Chairwoman

NCAI President Fawn Sharp (Quinault Nation) providing remarks.

Puyallup Tribal Council Members Annette Bryan & Anna Bean

Puyallup Tribe's advocacy efforts to stop the Tacoma LNG Plant

Water Warriors providing remarks during the Summit

Summit participants went on a guided tour of the Puyallup Tribe's housing and reservation with the Tribe's planning department.

Guided tour of the Place of Circling Waters

Place of Circling Waters - An example of the Puyallup Tribe's environmental restoration efforts.

A view of the unpermitted Tacoma LNG Plant from the Puyallup Tribe's marina.

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Eddie Sherman
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