Shelly Vendiola
3/30/05
Indigenous knowledge teaches us how to walk upon Mother Earth and respect the sacredness of her creation. Every part of her sustains us in ceremony and daily life...
Richard Walker
3/30/05
LA PUSH, Wash. - The Quileute Tribe is turning to eco-tourism to boost its economy and create jobs for its people...
Suzan Shown Harjo
3/30/05
Everyone is talking about the weather. The water lilies and cattails aren't as tall this year. This means that they will have less medicine for us...
Dean Suagee
3/30/05
Do ostriches really stick their heads in the sand to avoid danger? Having never personally witnessed an ostrich doing such a thing, I suspect they only do it in cartoons...
Phillip Burnham
3/30/05
Congressman Neil Abercrombie, D-Hawaii, is the primary sponsor of the House version of the Akaka bill, named for Hawaiian Sen. Daniel Akaka...
John Mohawk
3/30/05
Two categorical positions about climate change dominate conversations around the world...
Matt Ross
3/30/05
OSOYOOS, British Columbia - Upon approaching the Nk'Mip Desert & Heritage Centre, traffic signs casually warn visitors to be aware of xaxulax, or rattlesnakes...
Editors Report
3/30/05
The Washington Post did this newspaper an unsavory disservice recently with a misleading, sleight-of-hand comment on our editorial intents...
Jerry Reynolds
3/30/05
WASHINGTON - The U.S. war on Iraq turned up neither nuclear weapons nor any of the secondary terrorist weaponry trumpeted by the Bush administration...
James May
3/30/05
TACOMA, Wash...

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