Gathering on the Snake River to Support a Free-Flowing River
Tours, educational talks, music, food and a river paddle
September 20th - 22nd
Hell’s Gate State Park, Lewiston, Idaho
Join tribal members, anglers, boaters, and advocates for our salmon, orca and rivers at a gathering on the lower Snake river in support of removing the 4 lower Snake River dams for salmon, for people, for orcas.
Come ready to learn and engage with a wide host of people around issues like dam removal, treaty rights, climate change, salmon, and traditions. Music, films and food in the evenings.
Field trips paddles, workshops filled with field trips, workshops, and fellowship along the river.
Restoring the lower Snake River by removing four aging dams is essential to return salmon and steelhead to healthy, harvestable numbers and protect our starving orca. Now is the time to come together to learn and take action for salmon, tribes, orca and our communities.
Campsites are first come first serve at the Park. We’re asking for $10 per tent and $20 per RV to help offset the cost of reserving a portion of the park. This is a suggested donation and we can only except cash.
Register online at https://www.nimiipuuriverrendezvous.org!
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Friday, September 20th
5:00pm Dinner (Provided)
6:00pm Traditional Nimiipuu welcome, drumming,dancing
Saturday, September 21st
9:00am-4:00pm Activities, Workshops, and Tours
9:00-11:00 am Canoe Paddle
7:00pm Film Screenings
8:00pm Live Music and Fellowship
Sunday, September 22nd: