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Duwamish River Advocates Hopeful EPA’s Plan Will Be Effective
It’s been 35 years since James Rasmussen, chairman of the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, fished in the Duwamish River, his ancestors’ waterway which drains into Puget Sound...
Tribal Officials Urge Water Release Into Klamath River to Prevent Mass Fish Kill
Dropping water levels and rising temperatures in the persistent California drought have tribal members concerned about a fish kill—and, some say, fish are already dying...
Tribal Rights Legend and Leader Billy Frank Jr. Walks On
In 2004, we celebrated 30 years since the Boldt Decision of 1974, the landmark Indian fishing rights victory, that Billy Frank Jr. fought so hard for...
Pamunkey and Mattaponi Wrestle With Fishing Rights in Virginia
Tribal fishing rights across Turtle Island are usually protected by state or federal obligations, and at times become the subject of heated discussions on regulating those rights...
Passamaquoddy Tribe Amends Fishery Law to Protect Its Citizens From State Threat
Gale Courey Toensing
The Passamaquoddy Tribe’s fishery law has been amended to implement individual catch quotas for the lucrative elver season that began on April 5...
40 Years Later: Boldt Decision Celebrations With Some Caution
Their heads are grayer, their steps slower, but these leaders are no less courageous than when they fought the Fish Wars in Western Washington 40 years ago...
Yurok Tribe Mourns Loss of Council Representative Bonnie Green
The Yurok Tribe is grieving the untimely passing of Yurok elder and tribal council member Bonnie Green...
Washington State Bill Would Help Clear Fish Wars Convictions
They were known as the Fish Wars, and they pitted Indigenous Peoples’ treaty-mandated fishing rights against Washington State regulations that prohibited the harvesting of salmon o...
Coal Ships And Tribal Fishing Grounds
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Dozens upon dozens of crab pot buoys dot the waters around Jay Julius’ fishing boat as he points the bow towards Cherry Point...
Documents Reveal Coal Exporter Disturbed Native Archaeological Site
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