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Comprising a people whose ancestors lived in the lands of the Coquille River watershed and lower Coos Bay, the Coquille Indian Tribe today has more than 1,000 members and a land base of 7,043 acres.

Tribal Members commemorate the groundbreaking of Heritage Place in Bandon, OR.

Tribal lands include the 5,400-acre Coquille Forest on which the Tribe has harvested timber successfully under the Northwest Forest Plan. The Tribe’s management of the forest was recognized as being environmentally sound and sustainable by the international Forest Stewardship Council, which certified the forest in 2011.

After the United States reinstituted federal recognition to the Tribe and restored its full sovereignty rights in 1989, the Coquille Tribal government created an administrative program that now provides housing, health care, education, elder care, law enforcement and judicial services to its members. The Tribe is the second largest employer in Coos County, Oregon. In addition to CEDCO-managed businesses, the Tribe also has successful business ventures in forestry, arts and exhibits and renewable energy.


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