International Indigenous Salmon Symposium

Oct. 30, 2022 online I 6–8 pm PT / 9-11 pm ET

Join us for a special live-streamed program of ceremony, song, and speakers from the International Indigenous Salmon Symposium, a gathering dedicated to building Indigenous-led conservation alliances to restore to health the salmon at risk of extinction, and the world of relations they bring to life.

Organized by Se’Si’Le and moderated by The Natural History Museum’s Director Beka Economopoulos, the full agenda can be found here.

Live-stream: Sunday, Oct 30th, 6 – 8 pm PT / 9 – 11 pm ET

This special two-hour public program is the final culmination and celebration of a historic 5-day gathering of 35 Indigenous community leaders, fishers, and knowledge-keepers from the three great Salmon Seas: the Salish Sea (Pacific Northwest), Bering Sea (Alaska), and Sea of Okhotsk (Russian Far East).


The Natural History Museum is proud to partner with our friends at Se’Si’Le, hosts of the Salmon Symposium.

Made possible with support from The Harder Foundation, Pew Charitable Trust, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Whatcom Community Foundation, Environmental Solutions Center, Wild Salmon Center, and 4Culture.