Sustainable Cedar Bark Harvesting

Sustainable Cedar Bark Harvesting: Please sign up with Rowan by phone at 360 297-9656 or by email at rbunich@pgst.nsn.us We will be gathering over across the hood canal bridge area, let us know if you will drive yourself or would like a ride.Please pack a sack lunch...

Springtime Food Celebration

Join us for our 2nd Annual Springtime Foods Celebration at Point Julia Park from 2pm to 5pm on May 11th. We will be celebrating the first foods of our peoples including; a traditional clambake, bread in the sand, and more tasty dishes cherished by our Tribe. We look...

Living Language Classes

S’Klallam Living Language Classes begin May 1st. Please sign up with Culture Department by emailing: rbunich@pgst.nsn.us.

Springtime Food Celebration

The Culture Department is excited to announce their 2nd Annual Springtime Food Celebration on May 11, 2024. Join us in celebrating the first foods of our peoples including; a traditional clambake, bread in the sand, and more tasty dishes cherished by our Tribe. We...

Seeking Tribal Artists

The Culture Department is dedicated to preserving and celebrating the rich heritage and traditions of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe. As part of our efforts, we are preparing to launch the S’Klallam Living Language Program to revitalize and promote our...

Registration Open: Elderberry Syrup Class

Elderberry has a reputation as an amazing health elixir. It’s been shown to boost the immune system, fight infection, support heart health, and more. In the midst of cold and flu season, the PGST Culture department is hosting a class to teach Tribal members how...