Siletz Tribal Timberlands Access Policy

View PDF Version Purpose To provide a comprehensive policy to govern access by Siletz Tribal members and others to the Tribe’s 15,000+acres of timberlands located in Lincoln and Douglas Counties. It is the intent of this policy to allow access for all legal...

Natural Resources Committee

< Go Back to Natural Resources Page Natural Resources Committee Members William LaneChair Dennis Tufts Vice-Chair Kendall Logan Max Hoover Jerome Viles Keith Garrett Buddy LaneTribal Council Rep. Loraine ButlerAlt. Tribal Council Rep. Committee Meeting Agenda...

Natural Resources Staff

< Go Back to Natural Resources Page Mike Kennedy Natural Resources Director MikeK@ctsi.nsn.us541-444-8232 Mari Kramer Forest Engineer Stan van de Wetering Biological Programs Manager Lisa Paul Natural Resources Administrative Assistant Max Tice-Lewis Biologist I...

Other Natural Resources Programs

< Go Back to Natural Resources Page Lhuuke Illahee Fish Hatchery We have explored new and innovative ways of rearing young coho salmon that contribute to traditional tribal fishing harvest in Rock Creek. Many more coho salmon have been available to tribal members...

Fish & Wildlife

< Go Back to Natural Resources Page Natural Resources is responsible for the maintenance and issuance of hunting, fishing and shellfish tags to enrolled Tribal members. We also maintain the Tribal hatchery grounds and Tribal fishing sites. Annually the Tribe is...

Forestry

< Go Back to Natural Resources Page Foresters, Engineers, Crew Members and Administrative Staff are responsible for ensuring and overseeing day to day operations related to the mission and objectives of the Natural Resource Department. This includes management of...