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Lucky 13: The Susie Islands Return in Full to the Grand Portage People
Ending nearly two centuries of separation, the Grand...
Navajo Nation Gardening Challenge Unites and Empowers Families
Reconnecting Navajo families through self-reliance, food...
Rare Pair: Summer Solstice and Full Strawberry Moon Salute Turtle Island With Light
At precisely 6:34 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on June 20,...
Coast Salish Nations Ramp up Efforts to Defeat Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion in BC
Several Coast Salish nations are challenging—in courtrooms...
Birds’ Beaks Deformed in Alaska; Grants Help Researchers Investigate
Their beaks are elongated, curved or do not meet in the...
Supporters, Opponents Grapple Over Proposed Grand Canyon Monument
Sierra Club and Native American tribal leaders are asking...
The Truth Hurts? Obama's Stark Jobs Estimate for Keystone XL Pipeline
President Barack Obama called it: The number of permanent, long-term jobs that will be created as a result of the Keystone XL pipeline will be minimal, he said in a July 24 intervi...
Winning Hearts and Minds, Ojibwe Style, and the Power of Visiting
Mary Annette Pember
Long before advocates addressing social and environmental injustices began using phrases like “building community” and “changing the narrative” to describe creating change and awar...
New York Times Highlights Photo Essay on First Nations Threatened by Oil Sands
The New York Times has posted on its Lens blog a fascinating and disturbing photo essay by Ian Willms of Boreal Collective , which documents how increasing Oil Sands production is ...
Wolves of Yellowstone Feasting On Elk; Good News for Bears & Berries
In the latest evidence of what Indigenous Peoples have known for thousands of years—namely, that everything is interconnected in ways that we cannot understand—researchers have lea...
Fate of Harvest Camp Postponed, Considered a Political Lightning Rod
Mary Annette Pember
The Iron County Board voted on July 30 to postpone action against the Penokee Hills Education Camp, referring the issue back to the Forestry Committee with instructions to work wit...
Does a Bear Shake It in the Woods? Six Hilarious Bear-Scratching Videos
Turns out trees do more than make oxygen—they double as pole-dancing props for bears. Who knew?...
New Water Wells Relieve Navajo Livestock During Deadly Drought
Roughly 1,000 dehydrated cattle in two chapters of the Navajo Nation in Utah have found relief, thanks to new wells provided by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natura...
Navajo President Ben Shelly Signs $3 Million Drought Relief Bill
Under a state of emergency and watching its horses die of thirst, the Navajo Nation is getting $3 million of relief from the tribe's coffers...
Lac-Mégantic Rail Tragedy Resonates in Quinault Nation as Victims Are Memorialized
As hundreds attended a memorial service in Lac-Megantic on Saturday July 27 for the 47 people killed in the train explosion that flattened the center of the 6,000-population town, ...
Blame It on the Moon: Supermoons May Be Keeping You Awake
Next time you’re tossing and turning, unable to get to sleep, have a look out the window. You might just see a big fat full moon staring back at you...
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