Terri Hansen
8/26/14
The news is full of sad stories about dying animals, species of all kinds being wiped out, and the random shooting of animals, among other depressing events...
Anne Minard
8/5/14
A Navajo lawsuit to force the federal government to honor tribal claims to the Colorado River was dismissed on procedural grounds in federal court earlier this month...
ICTMN Staff
5/30/14
Officials are mopping up a spill that sent an undetermined amount of oil into the Green River—and potentially into the Colorado River, environmental groups said...
Lee Allen
5/16/14
The Colorado River, once home to riverboats and a source of liquid sustenance to many, has been referred to as America’s Nile, the most important river in the Southwest...
Tanya H. Lee
4/4/14
The Navajo Nation's proposal to build a multi-million-dollar resort at the confluence of the Little Colorado and Colorado rivers in northern Arizona has raised environmental and cu...
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
ICTMN Staff
2/18/13
The following is a letter from LeRoy Shingoitewa, chairman of the Hopi Tribe, addressing the Hopi Tribe’s position on the Grand Canyon Project...
ICTMN Staff
12/16/12
A roundup of the big stories in Indian Country for the week ending December 16, 2012: • Massive Native Art Auction: A Native American art auction brought in $1.28 million for Bonha...
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...

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