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EPA Doles Out $43 Million for Drought
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Skwachàys Lodge: Social Good + Culture
UNITY Youth Serve as Grand Marshals
Janet Rogers' Peace in Duress
Attacked Transgender Woman Is Speaking
Ebola Fears Overshadow Our Flu Threat
Fairbanks Four Get Hearing Nov. 10
Walking to Prevent Suicide in November
NIGA-Blue Stone Create Economic Guide
US Should Put Soverignty in Constitution
Shock and Grief in Canada at Shooting
Partial Solar Eclipse on October 23
Jude Schimmel Is All Smiles on Media Day
The Indian Team That Beat the NY Giants
University of Arizona to Honor Two Women
Canaan Duncan Named to 30 Under 30
Chickasaw Millennials Honored with “30 U
Run, Run, Run! Todd County Falcons Ready
Gunmen Attack Parliament Hill in Canada
Thing About Skins
Yuroks Seek to Own Part of Redwood Forest
The Yurok Tribe, California’s largest at 5,000 members, is seeking to own and/or manage 1,200 acres of national forest that lies on reservation land at the mouth of the Klamath Riv...
More Southern CA Solar Projects Contested in Court
A Native American group has filed suit against the federal government in U.S...
2011 Must-watch Enviro List Mirrors N.A. Concerns
The U.S.’s highest-ranked environmental law school has released its Environmental Watch List for 2011 , and issues critical to Native Americans feature in nearly every item...
Arctic Cod Possibly Endangered
Canada’s Arctic cod may be listed this year as a “species of special concern,” according to the Nunatsiaq News ...
AZ Copper Miner Draws Ire for Block-cave Method
Copper prices are rising, and Arizona, with its ample reserves, is high on miners’ lists of places to excavate...
Winnebago Tribe’s Co. Going Green
Native-owned Ho-Chunk Inc...
Endangered Species Condoms Spice Up NYE
As the world’s human population soars (it may soon hit 7 billion), animals and plants are increasingly jockeying for living space on Earth’s limited real estate...
No Running Water? Day Care Center Wants to Help
Following a Winnipeg Free Press investigative series on the lack of running water on northern Manitoba reserves, several groups in the province's capital are pitching in...
Houma Nation Mulls BP Damage
The 17,000-member United Houma Nation tribe has withstood land grabs, civil rights abuses, devastating hurricanes and marsh degradation in the centuries that its people have trolle...
Halfmile Mine Moving Ahead
Kria Resources Ltd...
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Part of Aral Sea Dries Up: Biggest Environmental Disaster in Human History
Kangaroo Smackdown Caught on Video: Marsupials Kick-Box in Australia
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