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What does NWIFC stand for?

NWIFC stands for Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

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Additional Partners: WA Dept of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Forest Protection Association, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Islandwood, EPA, Seattle Aquarium, E3 (EEAW), Puget Sound Educational Service District, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Wilcox Farms, Weyerhaeuser Company, Association of WA School Principals, Washington Association of School Superintendents, Washington Education Association, and many more.
a noted elder in the Nisqually Indian Tribe, has served as Chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission for more than two decades.
8:10 TRIBAL WELCOME Jim Peters, Tribal Chair-Squaxin Island Tribe 8:15 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REMARKS Bill Wilkerson, WFPA Executive Director Introductions Special Awards and Recognitions: Presentation of Stu Bledsoe Award 9:00 TRIBAL PANEL Moderator: Bill Wilkerson, WFPA Executive Director Panelists: Jim Peters, Tribal Chair-Squaxin Island Tribe Bob Kelly, Nooksack Tribe National Resource Department Joseph Pavel, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) Billy Frank Jr.
Salmon Homecoming, a seven-year old waterfront celebration of salmon, created and produced by The Seattle Aquarium, Northwest tribal communities, and Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission and presented in 1999 by the Muckleshoot Casino, was chosen Best Special Event (budget $125,000 - $250,000) over formidable finalists, Southwest Airlines Torchlight Parade and Northwest Bookfest.
May 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hoh Tribe and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will sign a historic forest agreement designed to guard future runs of wild fish returning to the Hoh River basin and allow a more predictable timber supply, the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) said today.