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The Nisqually have always been a fishing people. Salmon has not only been the mainstay of our diet, but the foundation of our culture, as well. The Nisqually Tribe is the prime steward of the Nisqually River fisheries resources, and operate two fish hatcheries: one on Clear Creek and one on Kalama Creek.

The Nisqually Tribe has also become one of Thurston County’s largest employers  through its business enterprises, such as the Red Wind Casino, Nisqually Rez Mart, Nisqually Construction and Nisqually Markets. Additionally, the tribe owns hundreds of acres of prime real estate that will become a destination lifestyle center.

The Tribe’s Economic Development programs also provide planning and technical assistance services in support of sustainable tribal economic development and diversification.


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Computer_icon.jpg Nisqually Board of Economic Development
        Computer_icon.jpg Nisqually Markets
        Computer_icon.jpg RezMart
        Computer_icon.jpg WHH Nisqually Federal Services

Computer_icon.jpg Nisqually Public Safety - Corrections Facility
Computer_icon.jpg Red Wind Casino
Computer_icon.jpg She-Nah-Nam Seafood


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Computer_icon.jpg Chief Leschi - Washington History Online

Computer_icon.jpg Washington State Governors Office of Indian Affairs

Computer_icon.jpg USA.gov Resources for Tribal Governments and Native Americans

Computer_icon.jpg Indian Country Today

Computer_icon.jpg Northwest Indian College

Computer_icon.jpg Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Computer_icon.jpg Thurston County Medical Equipment Bank

Computer_icon.jpg WA State DOT SR510 Intersection Improvements