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NNGE CEO Derrick Watchman on Expansion
Cherokee Veteran Heading to Super Bowl
TEK and Idle No More: Inseparable
Sherman's Deflategate Take; Nude Hacks
McConaughey Cast in Film About Raramuri
First Taco Bell in Indian Country Opens
Rare Sierra Nevada Fox Caught on Camera
Challenger of Manifest Destiny Walks On
An Open Letter to Supervisor Peter Adam
Senate Passes Keystone, Obama to Veto
'Indigenous With Stacey Thunder' Is Here
Mohawk Family Loses Everything in Fire
Film About Cherokee Freedmen
Ellsbury to be Inducted Into OSU HOF
Sundance: Pine Ridge Film Wins Praise
New AFN Chief Meets With Prime Minister
PBPN Mourns Passing of Gary Mitchell
Can Youth Be Paid to Hit the Gym?
New Executive Director Moves Back Home
Police Identify Suspects Who Threw Beer
Thing About Skins
Rare Sighting: Sierra Nevada Red Fox Seen in Yosemite for First Time in a Century
Absent from Yosemite National Park for a hundred years, at...
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge, Opens Drilling in Arctic and Atlantic
Citing Native subsistence fishing traditions among other...
Where Are They Now? 5 Updated Environmental Stories to Keep on the Radar
Indigenous cultures across the globe take many forms. But...
Six Supermoons, Four Eclipses and Planetary Parties! Sizzling Skies in 2015
The year 2015 is truly mystical for astronomical happenings...
State of the Union: Climate Change Is Greatest Threat to Future Generations
Though the State of the Union address focused primarily on...
Pipeline Rupture Spills 55,000 Gallons of Oil Into Yellowstone River
Crews are battling ice and freezing temperatures as they...
Sled-dog Slaughter Hits Aboriginal Community Hard
The slaughter of 100 sled dogs in British Columbia after last year’s Olympic Games is causing outrage and has sparked an investigation, but for aboriginal groups the deed is especi...
Mega-loads Already Hitting Snags, Suspended
A plan to route building-sized pieces of mining and refinery equipment through the Nez Perce reservation, among other tribal lands and environmentally sensitive areas, to the Alber...
Potawatomi Tribe Buys Green Energy Credits, Powers All Its Facilities
In Wisconsin, the Forest County Potawatomi Community purchased wind energy credits that will power all of the tribe’s electricity usage, states the tribe's news release...
Guatemalan Mayans Under Siege
At least 18 rural indigenous communities are set to be flooded if the Guatemalan government carries out its plans to construct the Xalalá hydroelectric dam in northern Guatemala...
Spotlight: Bristol Bay
The Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska is a staggering, Edenic region that rivals any place on earth in size, scope, and beauty...
Shell Drops Drilling Plans in Beaufort and Chukchi Seas This Year
Alaska Natives and conservation groups succeeded in their mission to prevent Shell Oil from drilling an exploratory well in the Alaskan Arctic waters of the Beaufort and Chukchi se...
Some of Us Have Trouble with Spaghetti....
Seriously, it's no joke that the pika is endangered. This tiny bundle—smaller than a guinea pig—lives mostly in the U.S...
Canada’s New Environment Minister Tows the Line
Canada’s new environment minister, Peter Kent, did not earn many points with critics when he gave his first major speech at the end of January, three weeks after being appointed in...
Climate Change Binds Arctic with Tropics
On the face of it, Barbados and Baffin Island would not appear to have much of anything in common...
Berkeley Art Auction Benefits Winnemen Tribe
The McCloud River used to be home to salmon galore, enough to nourish and maintain the Winnemem Wintu (McCloud River) Tribe...
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