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14-year-old Calls for Climate Leaders
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Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
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Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
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The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured...
Minnesota Tweaks Sulfate Limits for Wild Rice Waters
A proposal to change the basis by which limits are imposed...
Tribal Nations Oppose Montana Bison Bills That They Say Trample Sovereignty
One of two pieces of legislation in Montana to impact...
Pit River Rallies to Protect Sacred Medicine Lake Highlands from Fracking
In far Northern California, about 30 miles northeast of Mt...
Snow Geese Fall Dead in Idaho, Avian Cholera Suspected; Fast Cleanup Is Critical
On the morning of March 18, CNN reported that approximately...
California Tightens Drought Rules as Water Supply Dwindles to One Year
Faced with a fourth year of drought, California officials...
Navajo Nation Thawing Out From Devastating Winter
The Navajo Nation is finally emerging from Operation Winter Freeze, an unprecedented weather-related state of emergency in which more than 3,000 homes lost water due to frozen and ...
State Department Draft Environmental Report Says Keystone XL Effects on Both Climate Change and Oil Supply Would Be Minimal
Starry Pan-STARRS: 2013's First Major Comet Arrives in Early March
What could shape up to be a fabulous comet is scheduled to swing within Mercury’s orbit in early March...
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians First to Receive Disaster Aid Under Amended Law
On March 1, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians became the first American Indian tribe to receive a Presidential Disaster Declaration under the recently amended Stafford Act when ...
On British Columbia's Central Coast, the Way Forward
Chris Wood, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Grassroots Natives Meet EPA, Highlight Keystone XL Concerns
American Indian citizens are ramping up efforts to inform various federal agencies about the potential harmful effects on tribal communities if the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline is...
Landslide Buckles Arizona Highway, Closing 20 Miles of U.S. 89 and Cutting off Parts of Navajo Nation
A landslide caused a 150-foot section of U.S. 89 in Arizona to buckle, indefinitely closing a 20-mile stretch of a major route serving the Navajo Nation...
Tribes Oppose Obama's Nomination of Lynne Sebastian to Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Tribal leaders and American Indian activists are protesting President Barack Obama’s nomination of Lynne Sebastian to serve on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP),...
New York Bridge Renovation Could Unearth Native Artifacts
Historians and archaeologists are predicting that Native American artifacts could be found along Newtown Creek during the renovation of the Kosciuszko Bridge that connects Queens a...
Arizona Tribes and Environmental Groups Oppose HR 287 for Mining in the Tonto National Forest
Environmentalists and tribal activists are crying foul on a mining proposal on sacred land in Arizona that’s been resurrected for the eighth year in Congress...
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