The Tribes are currently working to update the IRMP to provide goals and objectives for the next 15 years. As part of this planning process, the Tribes conducted a Community Survey of tribal members, non-member residents of the Reservation and employees of the Tribes and the BIA Agency.
The survey results play an important role in developing goals and objectives for the management of the natural resources of the Colville reservation. The results reveal the ways that community members use natural resources such as firewood and plant gathering, hunting and fishing and recreational activities along the lakes, streams and rivers of the Reservation. The results also reveal community perceptions of the Tribes’ management of forest and range resources and the benefits that accrue to the Tribes as a whole and the larger community as well as the flora and fauna of the Reservation.
You can view and download a copy of the report, Results of the 2014 Colville Reservation Community Survey by clicking on the image below.