The Nisqually people have traditionally lived off the land and rivers, sustaining our civilization through the respect and protection of our natural ecosystem. The Nisqually Department of Natural Resources maintains these pristine native lands and waterways important to the survival of fish, plants and wildlife, and in turn our cultural heritage.
Nisqually Natural Resources
12501 Yelm Highway S.E. Olympia, WA 98513
Phone: (360) 438-8687
David Troutt, Director
The Nisqually Natural Resources Department consists of the following programs:
Salmon Recovery Program
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Harvest Management Program
|Professional Harvest Diver Training Course
|Marine Services Division|
|Dennis Lucia, Nisqually Tribe Department of Natural Resources Manager/Diving Supervisor|
|Nisqually Natural Resources News and Events|
|- June 2014 Professional Harvest Diver Training Course. Click here for brochure.
- Yil-Me-Hu Winter 2013/2014. Click here to view newsletter