Puyallup Tribe, environmental groups hit Tacoma LNG Fracked Gas Plant with legal challenges

TACOMA, Wash. – The Puyallup Tribe of Indians and the nonprofit law firm Earthjustice filed legal challenges today against a liquefied natural gas storage facility in Tacoma, Washington. It is the latest show of opposition to a dangerous fossil-fuel project that is vehemently opposed by the Tribe and health and environmental advocates. Continue reading

Controversial Liquefied Natural Gas Project gets Final Permit: Puyallup Tribe Responds

Puyallup Nation 12/10/19 – The Puyallup Tribe of Indians is disappointed in Puget Sound Clean Air Agency’s decision to approve a permit for Puget Sound Energy’s liquefied natural gas project. We are reviewing the determination and will take appropriate actions. Continue reading

Puyallup Tribes Treaty Right to Fish Threatened by Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Plant

The Puyallup Tribe and environmentalists are united in their opposition to a proposed Liquefied Natural Gas [LNG] plant slated to be built in the Port of Tacoma.  The Tribe states the proposed facility violates their treaty right to fish. Continue reading

Puyallup Tribe Battles Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Plant

Puget Sound Energy is seeking to build a liquefied natural gas plant in Tacoma, WA. The proposed facility would chill natural gas to produce approximately 250,000 gallons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) daily. The Puyallup Tribe opposes the plant due to its potential impact on water and the environment. Continue reading

The Salmon People at Risk: What Climate Change Means for the Puyallup Tribe

The Puyallup people are a river people, we are a salmon people. The loss of salmon because of climate change and the temperatures rising in the rivers and the loss of habitat along the river banks really does impact us as Puyallup people.” Annette Bryan Puyallup Tribe Continue reading