Workshop 1

Collaborating on Heritage in the Salish Sea
January 12th, 2017   12:30-2:30 pm
wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House


Opening Address by Chairman Leonard Forsman, Suquamish Tribe

Join us for our opening event, featuring an address by Chairman Leonard Forsman (Suquamish Tribe; Vice-Chair, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation) and a facilitated conversation with representatives from the Suquamish Tribe, Swinomish Indian Community, Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, local tribes, WSDOT, DAHP and UW Law. Workshop panelists and attendees will consider the following question: What are the opportunities and challenges of caring for heritage within the Salish Sea?

*We invite you to add the to conversation by following us on Twitter @preserveseminar #PreserveUW

Workshop 1 Panelists


12.00 pm:        Arrivals and Lunch

12.30 pm:       Welcome to wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ, Ross Braine (Director of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ ) & Chad Allen (Assoc. Vice-Provost for Faculty Advancement)

12.45 pm:        Opening Address by Leonard Forsman (Chairman, Suquamish Tribe; ACHP Vice-Chair)

1.00 pm:          Panel Discussant Introductions

1.15 pm:          Panel Discussion, Facilitated by Sara Gonzalez (UW Anthropology)

Topic 1: The challenges of managing cultural resources in the Salish Sea

Topic 2: What opportunities exist to work together to protect and care for local heritage?

Topic 3: Paths forward for preserving heritage together

2.20 pm:          Closing Comments

*Thank you Chairman Leonard Forsman, Panelists, and attendees for a great first workshop!