ICTMN Staff
4/16/14
The Quinault Indian Nation will reopen Lake Quinault for limited non-tribal use after nearly a year of closure due to concerns about pollution, invasive species and habitat degrada...
Winona LaDuke
1/15/14
“The tide is out and the table is set…” Justin Finklebonner gestures to the straits on the edge of the Lummi reservation...
ICTMN Staff
10/26/13
The collapse of a $32 million commercial fishery off the coast of British Columbia has left a good 25 First Nations and other fishers without an annual sardine catch—and there is n...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/26/13
In an uncommon act of legal solidarity with an Indian tribe, the federal government has joined the Penobscot Indian Nation in support of its federal lawsuit against the State of Ma...
ICTMN Staff
7/12/13
The rockfish caught by a Seattle insurance adjuster to great fanfare last month was not a record-breaking 200-year-old as some first thought, but a middle-aged guy in the prime of ...
ICTMN Staff
7/5/13
This fish tale is no lie: A Seattle fisherman plying the waters off Sitka, Alaska, snagged a record rockfish that might be as much as 200 years old...
Jackleen de La Harpe
10/26/12
Environmental issues are a major concern for tribes this election in the Pacific Northwest, and in Oregon, the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) and its four mem...
Lee Allen
10/26/12
Salmon --- they’ve fed families ever since they began to swim upstream and Native peoples became the first to feast on their firm flesh...
ICTMN Staff
7/25/12
The intersection of humans and marine life is sometimes symbiotic, as seen in this video of a whale shark sucking fish through a hole in the net the way a kid sucks powdered-sugar ...
ICTMN Staff
7/19/12
Earlier today we noted a segment of PBS NewsHour devoted to the Swinomish of Washington State, who are facing steep declines in salmon population —a bad omen for a tribe whose name...

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