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#NoDAPL Camp Honors Cheyenne River Youth
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Dakota Access Pipeline Standoff: Mni Wiconi, Water is Life
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project is back in...
Indian Point Goes on National Register of Historic Places
The 78-acre sacred X’unáxi (Indian Point) in Juneau was...
Native American Youth to Obama: 'Rezpect' Our Water
On Saturday, a 2,000-mile relay run from North Dakota to...
Breaking: Black Elk Peak Soars Above The He Sapa, No Longer Harney Peak
UPDATED at 4:19: To clarify comments by Lou Yost. When news...
Mercury Contamination: California Wants 187 Reservoirs to Issue Fish Consumption Warnings
California, beset by drought, has another water problem:...
Fish-Protect Fail: Yakama Slam EPA Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup Plan
A proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plan...
Bloomberg News Chronicles Keystone XL Delays as Harper Dubs Obama ‘Frustrator-in-Chief’
Canada’s first hint of trouble over the Keystone XL pipeline came as far back as 2011, the first time that President Barack Obama got on the phone with Prime Minister Stephen Harpe...
10 Images From Closing Day of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance Protest in Washington
Man Camp Concerns Reach BuzzFeed During D.C. Keystone XL Protest
Pipeline construction leads to scarce housing. Scarce housing leads to man camps. And man camps lead to sexual violence, especially against Native women...
Former Obama Indian Advocate Fights for Hope on Keystone XL
Wizipan Garriott has once again been inspired to action, this time to stop development of the Keystone XL pipeline...
Fish & Wildlife Service Awards $5.8 Million for Species Preservation
Nearly $6 million has been allocated to help the black-footed ferret, razorback sucker and Wyoming toad to survive as species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) said...
Moon, Venus Once Again Head to Shmoopy Town Under Fading Lyrid Meteors
You know those couples who cannot stop canoodling in public? Well, that holds for the sky too...
Pamunkey and Mattaponi Wrestle With Fishing Rights in Virginia
Tribal fishing rights across Turtle Island are usually protected by state or federal obligations, and at times become the subject of heated discussions on regulating those rights...
Southwestern Firefighters Brace for a Long Summer as Wildfire Season Starts a Month Early
The Wild, Wild West will be getting even wilder this summer as firefighters brace for what promises to be a long, hot and nasty wildfire season—one that has already gotten under wa...
Climate Change: What Will It Take to Get Back to 350 (ppm)?
In the wake of Earth Day, as protests against the Keystone XL pipeline continue this week in Washington D.C., concerns about climate change reign paramount in the minds of many...
Tonya Gonnella Frichner: ‘Mother Earth Is a Relative, Not a Resource’
Gale Courey Toensing
At an Earth Day event at the United Nations, Tonya Gonnella Frichner, a celebrated advocate for Indigenous Peoples human rights in the international arena, gave a passionate speech...
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