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‘Can’t Breathe, Can’t See’: Struggling to Live Through Wildfires
The impact of wildfires lasts well beyond the time when the last ember is extinguished. Communities are affected, as are individuals and industries...
Navajo Nation Sends Back Oily-Smelling Water Tanks
Navajo President Russell Begaye has ordered police to confiscate large tanks full of water delivered to the reservation for farmers and ranchers to use for crops and livestock...
Navajo Crops Drying Out as San Juan River Remains Closed After Toxic Spill
Cecelia Wallace stood in her garden in the Navajo community of Mexican Water, Utah, surveying her wilting, sun-scorched plants...
Video: Jacey Phillips Is An Agriculture Ace and Wants to Help Other Students
A new video series from the Cherokee Nation spotlights Cherokee youth who embrace the culture and legacy of the nation...
Native Youth in Agriculture Leadership Summit Offered Free: Apply Today
The second annual Summer Leadership Summit for Native Youth in Food & Agriculture at the University of Arkansas School of Law is being offered free to participants...
Video: Iowa Farmer Sees Climate Changes Accelerate Alarmingly
Like many indigenous experts and environmentalists, Iowa farmer Ray Gaesser sees climate changes affecting the very way he conducts business and cares for his crops...
From Trash to Treasure: Tohono O'odham Nation Makes Compost From Food Waste
The scene of the grime is the Tohono O’odham Nation’s San Xavier Coop Farm in Southern Arizona, where crops have been grown almost since forever along the Santa Cruz River...
Plowing on Regardless: Soil Degradation Gives Us Just 60 More Years of Crops
Imagine a wonderful world, a planet on which there was no threat of climate breakdown, no loss of freshwater, no antibiotic resistance, no obesity crisis, no terrorism, no war...
Indian Country’s Aging Irrigation Projects Need Attention Now
Without proper water supplies to crops during the summer months many reservations throughout the west feel a significant impact on their economies...
Native Innovation: 5 Indispensables You Didn’t Know Were Cherokee
Much has been made of the indigenous innovations that go largely unrecognized in today’s societies...
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