Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Beach Passes

Coastal beaches on the Quinault Indian Nation are closed to all except enrolled Quinault tribal…

Clam Digs

Non-tribal members may not dig clams on Quinault Indian Nation beaches at any time.  Quinault…

Fishing Licenses

Non-tribal members must be accompanied by an authorized fishing guide to fish on the Quinault…

Hunting

Non-tribal members may hunt bears on Quinault Indian Nation lands with a QIN-authorized guide. The…

Hydraulic Projects

Anyone conducting any activity within 200 feet of water (a creek, river, spring, wetland or…

Firewood

Tribal members and tribal employees may cut firewood on Quinault Indian Nation lands for personal…

Harvesting

“Cultural Harvest” on Quinault Indian Nation land refers to the collection of wood (cedar, fir,…

Vehicles

All commercial operators, firewood cutters, haulers and contractors operating on the Quinault Indian Nation lands…

Other Permits

Questions regarding any permits required or issued by the Quinault Indian Nation may be referred…