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Tribal Videos

The Public Environmental Resource Center (PERC) in Seattle loans videos, DVDs, CD-ROMs to residents, educators, and businesses of only Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington for up to two weeks. Locate the title you wish to receive and call (800) 424-4EPA or (206) 553-1200 in the Seattle Metro Area. You can also email your request to the PERC (; please include the Title and Item Number in your email.

TitleDescriptionYearLengthItem Number
5th National Tribal ConferenceEnvironmental Management in Indian Country200045 MinutesEP-167
Bringing It Back to Our ChildrenSkokomish Tribal Elders discussing stewardship of the land.199431 MinutesEP-196
Children of the RiverFrom the New Explorers series, this video looks at the problems of water quality for the Native Americans living on Walpole Island in the St. Claire River between Michigan and Ontario and how the GREEN program was used to teach students to monitor water quality.27 MinutesEP-166
From Time ImmemorialLooks at Pacific Northwest Native American shellfish gathering practices and their treaty resource harvest rights. Also describes the tribes approach to good conservation practices, tribal rights, and cooperative management.1990EP-164
Hozhq Hooghan- Environmental Harmony in BusinessIn Dine Language with English captions199510 MinutesEP-249
Hozhq Hooghan- Environmental Harmony in HomeIn Dine Language with English captions199512:47 MinutesEP-248
In The Light of ReverenceEnvironmental Management Issues on Tribal Land20011:15 MinutesEP-169
Little Graves of Shoalwater TribeReport on the health problems of the Shoalwater Tribe including the mysterious deaths of babies.1993EP-215
Little MoccasinsNarrated by Loril Moondream (Apache), produced by the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, part of the US EPA First Steps Program for child care providers. Basic lead prevention information including sources, health effects, prevention.2000EPA-CD-088
Little Moccasins: Lead Safety ProgramNarrated by Loril Moondream (Apache), produced by the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, part of the US EPA First Steps Program for child care providers. Basic lead prevention information including sources, health effects, prevention.200025 MinutesEP-133
Moon's Prayer: Wisdom of the AgesAward winning (3) video which portrays the continuing conflicts over natural resources and shows how tribes in the Pacific Northwest are successfully fighting to protect and restore their lands. Combining traditional native values of respect for the earth with more modern tools and methods, these tribes are working to restore natural fisheries, reform timber practices, and clean up polluted bays and wetlands. 199151 MinutesEP-256
My Strength is From the FishDiscusses the importance of salmon to the native tribes along the Columbia River, and discusses its part in their culture.199430 MinutesEP-410
Our Water, Our FuturePueblo and Chehalis Tribes success stories to protect the quality of their waters and the health of their members by adapting water quality standards.200329:30 MinutesEP-251
Paradise in PerilDiscusses the question of ownership and the problem of stewardship of the Coeur d'Alene basin. The view discusses the question of ownership between the government and the Schee Chu'umsch people but also illustrates the obvious lack of stewardship by the government.199525 MinutesEP-444
Protecting Drinking Water on Tribal LandsExplains the importance of developing a source water assessment program (SWAP) for tribal lands and by profiling three tribes that have created SWAPs.200230 MinutesEP-402
Sacred Journey of the Nez PerceAn oral history traces the journey.19981 HourEP-409
Siulipta Paitaat: Our Ancestors' HeritageJourney with Inupiat leaders across their homeland.30 MinutesEP-413
Teachings of the Tree PeopleExploring themes of biological and cultural diversity, teaching and learning, through the eyes of nationally-acclaimed Skokomish teacher and elder Bruce (subiyay) Miller.200520 MinutesEPA-DVD-011(C)
The Last HunterWhere have all the whales gone?1984EP-139
The White Man's WayNative American Issues27 MinutesEP-168
Yukon River SummitInter-Tribal Watershed Protection1997EP-182

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