Tribal Gaming Commission
The Nez Perce Tribal Gaming Commission regulates the tribe’s gaming enterprises to ensure honesty and fairness. In addition to implementing regulations, the commission:
- Issues gaming licenses
- Screens gaming employees
- Oversees the compliance and auditing of gaming operations
Contact: Liz Minkey
208-621-4744 | email@example.com
NOTICE OF VACANCY
NOVEMBER 30, 2018
The Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee is seeking one (1) part-time Gaming Commissioner to fill Position 1- for a three-year (3) term beginning January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021.
Please complete and submit your letter of interest to the NPTEC Support Staff by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, December 17, 2018.
Letters received after this date will not be considered.
Fish and Wildlife Commission
It is the purpose of the FWC to protect, maintain and advance rights guaranteed to the Tribe in the Treaty of 1855 and to assist the Nez Perce Tribe administer its natural resources (fishing, hunting & gathering). FWC holds bi-monthly meetings (including emergency and special meetings) to inform and gain feedback from tribal members on important fishing and hunting seasons and regulations, as well as other traditional use in practice that impacts usual and accustomed or on and off the reservation called ceded lands. FWC will continue to reassess available resources, including those being severely impacted, and provide a identified comprehensive management objectives that include quality of life, production goals and landscape descriptions of all designated resources that may include water roots and plants, wildlife, fish, forestry, agriculture, minerals, recreation, community and municipal resources. Additionally, the FWC works with the Department of Fisheries Resources Management (DFRM) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) programs on the management of our natural resources. These activities are coordinated with the Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee (NPTEC) and its relevant subcommittees.
Nez Perce Tribe Fish and Wildlife Commission will strive to ensure that the rights reserved under the Treaty of 1855, including the natural resources upon which these rights are inextricably linked, are protected, maintained, and enhanced in all areas or processes of natural resources management the Tribe is involved in at present and into the future. Our geographic focus will be to advance our sovereignty and management jurisdiction at all on-reservation, off-reservation ceded lands and all “usual and accustomed” fishing, hunting and gathering areas of the Tribe. The Commission will utilize traditional teachings, cultural values (including our tribal and personal history concerning this area, its resources, and the ethical obligations passed to us), along with contemporary resource management tools and concepts in an integrative approach to advance and maintain our way of life.
2016-17 Officers and Members
Chair: Thomas TallBull – Phone: 406-529-2249
Vice Chair: Timothy “Al” Wheeler, Jr. – Phone: 208-790-6981
Secretary: Nick-Les Redwing TwoMoons – Phone: 208-305-6938
Member: Scherri Greene – Phone: 208-816-3029
Member: Michael McFarland – Phone: 208-816-2658
FWC meetings are held at 5:00 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of each month at the FWC office, and special meetings are called by the Chairman when necessary. Meetings are open to the tribal public, if tribal members cannot attend, but have concerns they can send their concerns to Nancy McAllaster at the above contact information. The Tribal public is encouraged to attend to voice concerns, ask questions, and/or share information.
FWC regularly invites staff members from the NPT Department of Fisheries Resources Management (DFRM) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife division to the review department information, season updates, and recommendations.
Contact: Nancy McAllaster- Administrative Assistant
208-843-9375 | firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 365, 315 B Street, Lapwai, ID 83540
—————————————————————————————————————Hunting & Fishing Regulations
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- NPTFWC Regulation #19-011 Snake River Basin & its Tributaries Steelhead Over-The-Bank Sales Season for 2019
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-145 CRZ6 Platform Hook & Line Season Closure
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-151 No Allowable Sales of Hatchery or Wild/Natural Spring or Summer Salmon in the Snake River Basin & its Tributaries
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-152 Emergency Closure of Salmon Fishing in the Clearwater Subbasin (excluding Selway River)
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-163 CRZ6 Platform & Hook & Line Subsistence Fishery Only
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-175 CRZ6 Commercial Gillnet Fishery
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-170 CRZ6 Gillnet Season Summer Chinook Salmon Ceremonial Permit Fishery
- NPTFWC Regulation #19=182 CRZ6 Commercial Gillnet Fishery July 1-3
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-207 CRZ6 Commercial Setline Fishery Open in the John Day Pool
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-220 CRZ6 Commercial Setline Fishery Closure on the John Day Pool
- NPTFWC Regulation #19-227 Snake River Basin Sp/Summer Salmon Fishing Closure