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Slot Canyons Offer Breathtaking Beauty
Cattle and Riding the School Bus
NMAI Profile: Jeff Haozous
Historical Precision in Indian Law
Leaving Rez Made Me Better Storyteller
Video of Loreal Tsingine’s Death
Breaking Stereotypes w/ Classical Music
Moya-Smith: A Raw Review of the DNC
Indian Country's Charity Tournaments
Navajo Pottery with a Modern Twist
Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle Passes
Puppy Passes; UK Cat Fight
Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
2016 Hot List: Resorts, Spas and Centers
Peggy Flanagan Addresses DNC
Social Media Blasts Warriors Racist Logo
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Thing About Skins
The ‘What Ifs’ of Fracking: Navajos Wonder Whether Chemicals Are Deforming Their Livestock
It took Dorothy Keetso only a few minutes to realize the...
Treaty Rights Battle Links Hunting and Oil Pipelines in Minnesota
Members of several northern Minnesota Ojibwe Bands are...
Dedicating Billy Frank Jr.’s New Wildlife Namesake
Hundreds gathered Tuesday, July 19 to dedicate the renamed...
Sally Jewell Visits Bears Ears, Says Obama Will Decide on National Monument Before Leaving Office
President Barack Obama could decide whether to designate...
Protect Our Public Lands: Indigenous Witnesses Take Fracking and Climate Concerns on the Road
Indigenous Peoples on the front lines of climate change and...
Indigenous Ecology on the Half Shell: Native Methods Preserve Chesapeake Oysters
A new interdisciplinary study of oystering in Chesapeake...
Nunavik Makes National Geo Traveler's Top 50 Tours List for 2011
Nunavik has made National Geographic Traveler ’s bucket list...
Yurok Declares Seaweed Clean
The Yurok Tribe , concerned about radiation from Japan's leaky nuclear plant in the wake of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, had seaweed tested and found no radioactive isotope...
Traditional Knowledge Complements Modern Science
When polar scientist Henry Huntington was studying a drop in the beluga whale population in Alaska some years ago, he and his colleagues were stumped by conversations they had with...
Farmers, Fishermen and Tribes Working Together to Preserve CA Delta
Family farmers and fishermen, along with California Indian tribes and grassroots environmentalists, are working closely together to preserve the imperiled Sacramento–San Joaquin Ri...
Poarch Tribe Donates $500,000 to Tornado Relief
When tornadoes cut a deadly swathe through northwestern Alabama last month, the Poarch Creek Band of Creek Indians Tribe (Muskogee) stood ready to help ...
Bison, Givers of Life: Lakota Women Speak
Women on the Pine Ridge Reservation talk about the spiritual, cultural and nutritional role that the American buffalo, or bison, has played in tribal life historically and today...
Northwest and Canada Have Proactive Plan in Case of Trans-border Oil Spill
Being proactive and making rules and responses uniform in the case of a trans-border oil spill is on the agenda of officials in Washington State, Alaska and British Columbia...
Alberta’s Biggest Oil Spill Since 1975 Casts More Doubt on Oil Sands
As details emerge about a 28,000-barrel oil spill from a pipeline rupture in northern Alberta, Canada, environmentalists and indigenous leaders are calling for a halt to the notion...
Genocide by Other Means: U.S. Army Slaughtered Buffalo in Plains Indian Wars
As long as the North American buffalo roamed free and bountiful, the Plains Indians were able to remain sovereign...
Energy Initiatives Bring Tribes and Government Together
Representatives from every government agency dealing with energy and the environment—from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to the Department of Energy (DOE), ...
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