The zoo is extending FREE ADMISSION to all American Indian/Alaska Natives for Indigenous Peoples' Day (Oct. 14) with proof of tribal affiliation or descendent status (tribal ID, CDIB, etc.). Free admission will be offered for up to four family members per card.
From the Columbia in Oregon to the Nile in Egypt, rivers sustain life. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission and many tribal partners will celebrate these vital habitats with cultural events and conservation activities throughout the zoo, including the new zoo's Pacific lamprey habitat.
The community is invited to Future Fest 2019. Let NAYA’s Youth and Education Program staff help you build a plan to achieve your academic, career, and other goals. Please join for workshops, games, raffle prizes, and information about colleges and universities. And YES, there will be food!
NY'EHE Summer Camp application is now live at WSU's Pullman campus!
Native Youth Exploring Higher Education (NY'EHE) is a free, fun-filled, 5-day camp for Native youth going into the 9th and 10th grades. They are planning lots of exciting workshops and activities this year including videogame making, art, robotics, and a whole lot more!
For more info and the application go to https://native.wsu.edu/nyehe/