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Culinary Diplomats: Chefs Take Native Ancestral Foods to Russia
Although one would not normally consider food being a...
NATIVE Act, Tribal Tourism to Take Center Stage at RES New Mexico
Through collaborating with federal agencies on tourism,...
The Breathtaking Beauty of the Slot Canyons
It’s almost impossible to convey the breathtaking awe that...
Tsá Tué: Sahtu Dene and Métis Create First Indigenous-Run UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
The Sahtu Dene emerged from Great Bear Lake and have lived...
Canyon De Chelly: Stunning Views and a Window Into Ancient Lives
It has been inhabited contiguously for nearly 5,000 years,...
National Geographic Connects to an ‘Inner Yellowstone’ Natives Always Knew About
Time seems to move slowly at Yellowstone National Park, a 3...
Hon-Dah Casino Helps Arizona Travelers Beat the Heat
It’s been less than ten years since Arizona White Mountain Apache Tribal Chairman Ronnie Lupe authorized the go-ahead to build tourist attractions, initially converting a small cor...
Marylin Bard Remembers the Paddle to Seattle
Editor's note: Marylin Bard, daughter of noted Quinault educator Emmett Oliver, gave this speech July 9 at Coast Salish Day, at Si’ Selechem (Boulevard Park) Bellingham, about the ...
A Cruise into First Nations Culture
We arrive at Alert Bay on Cormorant Island off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island...
Arizona’s White Mountain Apache Country
Whatever peaks your outdoor adrenalin, few states can match the diversity of natural landscape found in Arizona --- from desert flatlands filled with cactus and sagebrush to a seri...
Arizona Museum of Natural History to open Mesa Grande Ruins Welcome Center
After 30 years of effort to preserve the Mesa Grande Ruins in Arizona and open them up to the public, archaeologist Jerry Howard may finally see all his hard work come to fruition ...
Nunavut Seeks Cruise Action
Coping with an influx of 100 camera-toting visitors in a community of 400 to 500 people over just a few hours can be challenging...
Native, non-Native communities celebrate Coast Salish Day
Boulevard Park in Bellingham, Washington was again Si’ Selechem, its historic name. Coast Salish canoes once again landed on her shores...
Tohono O’odham Nation: Thriving in the Desert
Arizona’s Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment --- enterprises of the Tohono O’odham Nation --- are already gems in the desert with a possibility that more jewels could be ad...
National Parks Day Celebrates Parks’ 100th Anniversary
In Canada, Saturday July 16 is Parks Day, and this year it has special significance. Cross-country celebrations will mark the 100th anniversary of Parks Canada...
Summer Summary: Spas in Indian Country
Aji Spa Gila River Indian Community Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa 5594 West Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler, Arizona (602) 225-0100 wildhorsepassresort.com Authentic Am...
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