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It’s Official: President Obama Designates Bison as National Mammal
The bison, once nearly extinct, has officially joined the...
‘Historic Victory for Treaty Rights’: Northwest Tribes Rejoice as Army Corps Rejects Coal Terminal
Northwest tribes were elated after the U.S. Army Corps of...
Justice League Stars Protest Dakota Access Pipeline, Support Standing Rock Sioux
With only days left to go until the Army Corps of Engineers...
Indigenous Environmental Hero Maxima Acuña De Chaupe Wins Goldman Prize
The noted indigenous activist from Peru, Maxima Acuña de...
Scarface, Famous Yellowstone Grizzly, Shot Dead in Twilight Years
Another wild animal with a fan base among humans has met a...
Fort McMurray Wildfires: Alberta First Nations Assist Evacuees, Locate Members
First Nation communities across the province welcomed...
Navajo Council Forms Liability Company to Buy Navajo Mine
The Navajo Nation Council has voted to form a limited liability company to buy the tribe’s first coal mine, taking the controversial idea one step further...
Eta Aquarid Shooting Stars, Messengers From Halley's Comet, at Their Peak
While the Orionid meteor shower in October is famous as being from the tail of the renowned Halley’s comet, Earth actually passes through this tail twice each year, and we are in t...
Tribes Benefit From Portion of Nearly $1 Million in Grants to 56 National Parks
Tribal culture may benefit from some of nearly $1 million in grants awarded to 56 of the country’s 400 national parks and monuments as National Parks Week wrapped up late last mont...
Mississippi Water Walkers Arrive in Louisiana With Water From the River's Source
Today the mouth of the Mississippi River will drink from its source, tasting its healthier beginning and, it is hoped, remembering and healing...
A Group’s Quest to Find and Save Indian Trail Trees
In 2002, a group of retired men began hiking together once a week in the Southern Appalachian Mountains and started finding old, scenic trails they claimed nobody knew about...
Honeybees’ Colony Collapse Disorder Has Many Facets; Pesticide Banned in EU
A federal report released on May 2 said there is no one cause for the collapse of honeybee populations since 2006...
Fill Gaps in Keystone XL Draft Environment Report or Reject Pipeline, NCAI Tells Obama Administration
Noting a lack of “critical information” about potential impacts to water supply, sacred sites and other aspects of tribal life governed by treaty and environmental stewardship, the...
Energy Department To Pump $7 Million Into Tribal Clean Energy Projects
Eastern Band of Cherokee Wins USET Drinking Water Contest
It’s official: The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are blessed with the best drinking water among members of the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET), the group announced at its...
Suzy Chaffee: ‘Snow Gratitude’ Ceremonies Key to Reenergizing Mother Earth
Last year, ICTMN presented a series of stories, including The Southern Utes Snow Dance Works Wonders on Weather , concerning the use of Native wisdom and tribal traditions to honor...
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