Fish On / No Fish 2000

Sponsored by the Kellogg American Indian Civics Project at Humboldt State University, "Fish On/No Fish" is a photography and photographic collage series intended to portray Hoopa Valley Tribal lands as they are today, with a special emphasis on the Trinity River, reflecting its traditional and contemporary uses by the Hoopa Valley Tribe. A selection of the work is being used by the Hoopa Valley tribe in their ongoing efforts to promote restoration of the the tribe's fisheries on the Trinity River in Northern California.

"The Hupa Tribal People and Trinity River Water, an Exhibition of Photographic Works by Ellen Land-Weber" was presented at the Morris Graves Museum of Art, Eureka, California, May 11- June 24, 2001

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NO Fish

Stop, Hoopa

Trinity Dam ghost

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