Department of Natural Resources
Cultural Resources Protection Program phone (541) 276-3447
The CRPP protects and preserves cultural resources for future generations by learning from the past and seeking opportunities in the present for direct tribal involvement and participation in cultural resources management.
Environmental Planning and Rights Protection phone (541) 276-3447
EPRP is responsible for protecting and restoring aboriginal and Treaty-reserved resources on the Reservation and Ceded Lands.
Fisheries phone (541) 276-3447
Fisheries is responsible for co-managing with state and federal agencies fisheries resources on the mainstem Columbia and Snake Rivers and tributaries for use by Tribal members. Their activities include fish and habitat research, protection, harvesting, transportation and artificial production for the anadromous fisheries in these waters.
Fisheries provides staff assistance to the Fish and Wildlife Committee. Also, the fisheries program staffs a field office in LaGrande, Oregon, that performs research under the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan.
Water Resources phone (541) 276-3447
Water Resources is responsible for protecting and managing water resources on the Umatilla Reservation. Their activities include developing policies and regulations for ground and surface water use and issuing permits for water withdrawals. Staff provides assistance to the Tribal Water Committee.
Wildlife phone (541) 276-3447
This program is responsible for co-managing wildlife on Reservation and Ceded Lands. Their activities include wildlife and habitat research and protection, determining acceptable game harvesting levels, wildlife mitigation and wetlands protection. Staff provides assistance to the Fish and Wildlife Committee.
Purchase native plants
for your restoration projects
Salmon Walk -- our annual fundraiser event that includes cycling, walking/running, childrens events, etc.
CTUIR Hunting and Fishing information and natural resources statistics
March 2012 -- Umatilla River Vision
March 2012 -- Columbia Basin Fish Accords MOA
Fish counts for the Umatilla River
Fish counts for the Walla Walla River
TRIBAL MEMBER HUNTING and FISHING INFO
CTUIR Hunting Regulations
Bison Hunt Application
Treaty Harvest Regulations and Protocols for Bison
Rocky Mountain Goat / Bighorn Sheep Hunt Procedures and Deadlines
Bighorn Sheep AND Rocky Mountain Goat Subsistence Hunting Applications
Zone 6 Columbia River Fisheries Regulations
Zone 6 Columbia River Commercial Gillnet Fishery
Tributary Fishing Regulations
Request to Receive Fish for Ceremonial Purposes
Section C Member Special Hunting Permit Application
NON-INDIAN HUNTING AND FISHING INFO:
Non-Indian Upland Game Bird & Waterfowl Hunting Regs -- regulations for non-Indian bird hunting on the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Non-Indian Fishing Synopsis -- regulations for non-Indian fishing on the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Wanaket Wildlife Area - general info and hunting regulations
Upland Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Map
Downloadable Maps from the CTUIR Geographic Information Systems Program
OTHER NATURAL RESOURCE DOCUMENTS:
Comprehensive Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Plan for Umatilla Subbasin Summer Steelhead and Chinook Salmon CTUIR and ODFW – January, 2006
Grand Ronde Subbasin Progress Report 2002-03
Longley Meadows Restoration Project - 2004 Project Report
Longley Meadows / Lower Perry Bridge monitoring report
Longley Meadows Daubenmire and Shrub Intercept Survey Report
McCoy Creek Data (Excel spreadsheet)
Meadow Creek Data (Excel spreadsheet)
CTUIR's Fresh Water Mussel Project
Natural Resources Research Data
Bison Cookbook - published by the Inter-Tribal Bison Cooperative
To contact the Dept. of Natural Resources...
by mail: 46411 Timine Way, Pendleton, OR 97801
for parcel deliveries: 46411 Timine Way, Pendleton, OR 97801
by phone: 541-276-3447
by FAX: 541-276-3447
CTUIR Employee Directory (by department, with employee names/titles, in PDF format)
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