Thank you for your interest in this Saturday Speaker Series presentation! We hope you enjoyed this informative discussion with Steven Moses and will consider joining us for future events.
Steven Moses is the Director of Archaeology & Historic Preservation and a Tribal member of the Snoqualmie Tribe. Join him as he explains the Indigenous connection to the north Lake Sammamish area from 13,000 years ago to today. Steven will touch on the recent archaeological discoveries of Bear Creek and its significance as a fish habitat. He will also discuss ways in which our communities can work together to preserve our shared history of the Pacific Northwest.
Speaker Bio: wiaac syayayəʔ, Steven Moses ti dsdaʔ. sdukʷalbix̌ čəd. Hello, friends, I am Steven Moses, a member of the Snoqualmie Tribe and the Director of Archaeology & Historic Preservation. I am also a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. I been involved in cultural resource protection for 16 years. My staff and I review approximately 4,000 development projects a year. I have negotiated numerous Memorandum of Agreements with multiple Federal and State agencies. I have in-depth knowledge and practical experience of archeological laws and policies. hawadubš čələp! (Thank you.)
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