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Cherokee Citizens Seek Donations for Flood-Ravaged Community
The Chewey Community on the Cherokee Nation suffered greatly in December’s record-breaking floods, with many people losing everything they owned...
Middletown Rancheria Pomo Provide Shelter, Aid to Valley Fire Victims
Four residents died. Four firefighters were injured. More than 76,000 acres were burned. Some 1,958 homes and businesses—including entire blocks—were destroyed...
Red Guide to Disaster Recovery Releases Native American Edition
It’s no secret that American Indian tribes are facing the brunt of the climate crisis, and that this often takes the form of dealing with disasters...
Four More Arizona Counties Declared Primary Drought Disasters by USDA
The Arizona counties of Greenlee, Navajo, Pima and Yavapai have been added to the growing list of areas being decimated by drought. The U.S...
Drought Wins: USDA Declares 10 Western Counties as 'Primary Natural Disaster Areas'
A whopping 10 counties in Arizona and New Mexico have been declared primary natural disaster areas by the U.S...
Quinault Flooding: Before Clear-Cutting, Watershed Prevented Overflow
In its natural state, before the logging and development and riprap, the Quinault River watershed worked like a finely tuned machine...
FEMA Reaches Out to Tribes With New Pocket Guide to Services
Having released a new tribal engagement policy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has now come out with a booklet that consolidates resources for American Indians...
Snoqualmie Tribe Gives $250,000 in Aid for Washington Fire Victims
As the Carlton Complex of fires rages on in Washington State at just 67 percent containment, the Snoqualmie Tribe has announced a $250,000 donation for relief efforts...
Cutting Red Tape: Navajo Nation FEMA Aid Gets Sped Up and Streamlined
With disaster assistance now available to tribes through the 2013 Stafford Act, the Navajo Nation has set out to streamline the process of applying for its residents...
Second FEMA Disaster Declaration for Flooded Santa Clara Pueblo in a Month
For the second time in less than a month, the Federal Emergency Management Administration has declared a disaster for Santa Clara Pueblo due to flooding...
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