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Mold Money: Federal Funds Available
The Problems of Tribal Recognition
Free Native Youth in Agriculture Summer
John Herrington Talks Space and STEM
Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot
Fighting for Right to Wear Feather
The Wild Pacific Meets Native Tourism
Video: Empowering Indigenous Women
Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Wrapup
On the River of Discovery
Marijuana vs. Salmon?
Native Slurs Demand More Than Just PC
Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
Fisherman Dies After Swordfish Attack
Spirituality & Archaeology of CT Indians
Paris: Another Auction of Hopi Katsinam
Athletes to Compete on NBC's SpartanRace
Houska: Native American Hair is a Right
Well For Culture Gets Its Own Website
Truth and Reconciliation March in Canada
Thing About Skins
Don't Kill the Tigers! Go After the Idiots Who Keep Them as Pets!
In 1993, Brian Werner finished his Navy hitch and moved his family to a 25-acre tract in the piney woods of East Texas, where they lived in a small cabin, off the grid...
Great Lakes Wolves Protected Again, Mexican Gray Rebounds
It has been a good month for wolves, at least some varieties of them—at least what passes for good news for a dwindling species. In Wyoming and the Great Lakes states, the U.S...
Wind Power Co. to Pay $2.5 Million for Killing Golden Eagles, Other Protected Birds
A Portland, Oregon–based wind-farm company, the second to be sentenced to fines for killing hundreds of protected birds in Wyoming with its turbines, will pay $2.5 million in fines...
Sad Start to 2015: Monarch Butterfly Could Be Put on Endangered Species List
Their habitat beset by logging in Mexico and their numbers by milkweed eradication and pesticide mortality in the U.S., the monarch butterfly has decreased in population so much th...
First Grand Canyon Gray Wolf in 70 Years Shot by Utah Hunter Who Mistook It for Coyote
A wolf whose October sighting at the Grand Canyon, the first in decades, evoked elation among conservationists and wildlife experts may have been shot in Utah, according to reports...
Seminole Tribe Fights Florida Power Company to Save Panther
First it was oil companies eyeing fracking potential in the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, and now it’s the Florida Power & Light Co...
Video: Watch 38 Bison Set Foot on Cherokee Nation Land
Greeted with a welcome blessing, 38 female bison trundled their way down a ramp from a tractor-trailer onto Cherokee Nation land on Thursday October 9, ending a 900-mile journey fr...
The Mighty Bison Returns to Cherokee Nation
It has been 40 years since bison roamed Cherokee Nation land, but that is about to change...
New York Times Profiles Tribal Preservation of Native Species
From bison to black-footed ferrets and beyond, tribes are restoring habitat and returning species that have long been part of traditional life and culture back to their original ab...
House of Representatives Adds Red Tape to Endangered Species Act With New Bill
The Endangered Species Act, having turned 40 last year, now needs a facelift, according to some House Republicans...
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