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Tribal Leaders in Pacific Northwest Take a Stand Against Coal Terminals
An alliance of tribal leaders and members from the Lower Elwha, Quinault, Tulalip, Spokane, Swinomish, Yakama and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation joined the Lummi Nation in Seattle las...
5 Most Endangered Rivers of Turtle Island: Many Flow Through Indian Country
It’s no secret that water pollution is clogging rivers across Turtle Island. But the annual list of the most endangered rivers in the U.S...
Yakama Nation Sues Army Corps of Engineers in Columbia River Superfund Site Cleanup
The Yakama Nation is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for allegedly excluding the tribe from cleanup input at the Bradford Island Superfund site on the Columbia River...
Video: Northwest Religious Leaders' Full Columbia River Treaty Letter
It is short and to the point, but it’s the signatories who pack the punch: a Rabbi, along with leaders of the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Episcopal and Lutheran churches in both Cana...
‘Modernize the Columbia River Treaty,’ Religious Leaders Urge U.S. and Canada
Religious leaders are adding their voices to the indigenous call for modernization of the Columbia River Treaty, which is up for renegotiation...
Northwest Tribes Celebrate Highest Fall Fish Returns to Columbia River Basin in 75 Years: CRITFC
The fall Chinook salmon return is still on track to blast through previous records, with this year surpassing even last year’s, the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission (CRIT...
Columbia River Tribes Celebrate Record-Breaking Fall Chinook Return 1.5 Million Strong
The number of Chinook salmon returning to spawn up the Columbia River is set to bust last year’s record of nearly a million, with a whopping 1.5 million fish returning this fall...
First Nations Save First Foods: Northwest Tribes Seek to Restore Historic Fish Runs
Salmon and other migratory fish attempting to return to their spawning grounds in the Pacific Northwest face no fewer than 400 man-made barriers in the Columbia River Basin, the ea...
Columbia River Treaty Recommendation Near Finalization
Will fish passage be restored from the Columbia River to Canada? Will a 15-tribe coalition significantly influence an international treaty that will last a lifetime?...
Northwest Tribes Exult as Nearly One Million Chinook Return to Columbia River
Northwest tribes are exultant to see nearly a million fall Chinook salmon returning to the Columbia River this year, nearly 400,000 more than have returned since the Bonneville Dam...
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