SCIA Release
7/10/14
Seeking to hear directly from tribal leaders on the important issue of land and water rights, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester (D-Mont.) held a hearing on fiv...
Josh Saxon

The Klamath Basin has been the home of one of the West’s most infamous water disputes for more than a century....

6/18/14
Marc Dadigan
9/20/13
There was 183 of them—recently deceased Winnemem Wintu relatives resting beneath the banks of the McCloud River, wrapped in deerskin and buried in a sitting position, facing Mt...
Anne Castle and T. Darryl Vigil

The Colorado River has supported Native people in the West since time immemorial. Over the past century, more people and more demands have been placed on this vital—but limited—resource....

9/18/13
Danielle Vigil-Masten

The Hoopa Valley Tribe applauds a recent decision by a federal judge to allow the federal Bureau of Reclamation to open the Lewiston dam and release Trinity River water needed to avoid a replay of the 2002 fish kill in the Klamath River....

9/16/13
ICTMN Staff
8/23/13
A federal judge lifted his order Thursday, August 23 and will now allow additional flows from the Trinity River...
Tanya Lee
2/12/13
Long the cause of conflict and distrust, Black Mesa coal is becoming the key to a new approach to building a sustainable future for the Native peoples of the region and the many no...
Anne Minard
12/14/12
The Colorado River – which is the lifeblood to 40 million people and no less than 22 tribes – stands to fall at least 3.2 million acre-feet short of its users’ needs by 2060...
Benjamin Nuvamsa

As you may know, the Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation entered into three separate leases with Sentry Royalty Company (predecessor to Peabody Western C...

1/6/12