The Nez Perce Tribe is a federally recognized tribe in north-central Idaho. The Nez Perce (or Nimiipuu) have been connected to the lands and waters of modern-day Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Montana long before the creation of the Nez Perce Reservation. Today, the Nez Perce Tribe upholds many traditional lifeways, including fishing, hunting, gathering, and traditional ceremonies and celebrations. Learn more here: www.nezperce.org.
Swiftwater is a documentary production company telling stories about the natural world. Their feature-length and short films have focused on water, river conservation, salmon recovery, and environmental justice in the American West. Swiftwater has filmed with tribes, scientists, fishermen, and conservationists throughout the Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and Alaska to tell stories highlighting how science and indigenous perspectives are reshaping land, water, and resource management in the era of climate change. Learn more here: www.swiftwaterfilms.com.