Lummi Nation: Breaks Ground on Salish Village

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Project Updates | No Comments
Lummi Nation: Breaks Ground on Salish Village

Lummi Nation council members, alongside tribal youth and tribal elders, break ground on property set to generate tribal revenue for years to come. The Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) is excited to take the next step in developing the Salish Village, 160-acres of property acquired by Lummi Nation and located along I-5 near the Slater […]

Lummi Nation: a regional economic engine

Posted by on Sep 1, 2015 in News | No Comments
Lummi Nation: a regional economic engine

In the first 15 years of the 21st century the Lummi Nation has emerged as a significant new economic force in NW Washington. Through its capital construction projects and commercial enterprises Lummi Nation has created hundreds of millions in new economic impact for the region. These projects are responsible for thousands of paychecks to direct […]

Lummi Nation: operating in rapid growth mode on business development.

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in News | No Comments
Lummi Nation: operating in rapid growth mode on business development.

The Lummi Nation is a local economic force with a vision for rapid growth, business diversity and expansion – recent real estate purchases, hotel expansion and a proposed modern marina.  As LCC president, Richard Jefferson shares, “the Tribe’s goals and aspirations are not to continue to rely solely on gaming. We want to develop businesses […]

Lummi Nation: granted 84 acres of trust land

Posted by on May 15, 2015 in News | No Comments
Lummi Nation: granted 84 acres of trust land

Lummi Nation has received federal approval to put another 84 acres of property into trust land status, setting the stag for potentially significant economic development on Slater Road near Interstate 5.   The 84 acres is adjacent to 80 acres put into trust land in October 2013, creating 164 acres of property for the Lummis along […]