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Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
I’m a Crazy Indian, I Guess
Okla. Sooners Wrestler Davion Jeffries
Uranium Pollution in Sanders, Arizona
SWAIA Names PR & Board Appointments
Old Uranium Mines Poison Navajo Water
Ending All Native Homelessness
From Talking Leaves to Pixels
Dakota Challenge Brings Youth Together
Technology Helps Teach Navajo
Indians Killed in Genocide Memorialized?
Learn Where You Came From
The Revenant’s Elk Dog: Duane Howard
Thing About Skins
Lawsuit Charges Dam Owners With Killing Endangered Puyallup River Chinook and Steelhead
Fearful of the potential for harm to salmon and trout, conservation groups have gone to court to get Electron Hydro LLC to change practices that they say are killing the endangered...
Video: Walls of Water Roar Past Tenkiller Dam After Oklahoma Floods
The best that can be said about the recent flooding in the Cherokee Nation is that it could have been worse...
Drought-Stricken Lake Mead Gets Boost From Preservation Program
From top to bottom, the mighty Colorado River is a 1,400-mile journey with 244,000 square miles of river basin that slakes thirst and grows crops for millions of residents in seven...
First Nations Fight to Preserve Eagles' Nests Slated for B.C. Dam Destruction
It’s not enough that British Columbia wants to flood the hunting and fishing lands of several First Nations to make way for a third dam on the Peace River...
40 Years in, Manitoba Apologizes to First Nations for Hydropower Dam Flooding
It took more than 40 years, but finally on January 20 the premier of Manitoba apologized to Pimicikamak Cree Nation for flooding its lands for the Jenpeg hydroelectric dam...
Northwest Tribes Welcome the Salmon Home
The salmon are being called home this week, in a ceremony especially significant because the treaty that helps shape their habitat is being reconsidered by U.S...
New McNary Dam Passage Gives High Hopes for Pacific Lamprey
The Pacific lamprey, culturally significant to the Umatilla and other tribes, now has a shot at making it past the McNary Dam to spawn. The U.S...
Descending Drought Puts Klamath Tribes and Farmers on Brink of Water War
The Klamath Tribes possess the oldest water rights in the nation, and as the Los Angeles Times reports, these Indigenous Peoples of Oregon are about to reclaim what they have been ...
Dams Are Potential Hidden Climate Change Instigator: Study
Dams have long been seen as a source of green energy. But the cost of providing that energy has not been studied, until now...
Busting Up Klamath River Dams Could Be Boon to Tribes and Salmon
A plan to remove four dams on the Klamath River in Oregon and California could be a great start for the recovery of decimated salmon runs in the Northwest...