The Upper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT). Formed in 1983 to provide a common voice for our region through the collaborative efforts of the Upper Columbia River Tribes. Formed to ensure a healthy future for the traditional lands of our ancestors and for the benefit of all people.
To unite Upper Columbia River Tribes for the protection, preservation, and enhancement of Treaty/Executive Order Rights, Sovereignty, Culture, Fish, Water, Wildlife, Habitat and other interests and issues of common concern in our respective territories through a structured process of cooperation and coordination for the benefit of all people.
UCUT Fish & Wildlife Coordination Project:
UCUT / BPA Memorandum of Understanding:
UCUT Wildlife Monitoring and Evaluation Program (UWMEP):
Timber, Fish, and Wildlife Agreement and the Forests and Fish Report Habitat Conservation Plan and Adaptive Management Program:
Drumheller Springs Urban Natural Park: