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Thousands Still Displaced by Last Year’s Flooding in Manitoba; Permanent Solution Needed Soon, Chiefs Say
More than 2,200 people from seven First Nations in Manitoba are still displaced a year after flooding forced them from their reserve homes, stuck in an urban environment far from t...
Adapt to Climate Change, Now
Mother Earth is in for a destructive ride into the future, according to the full report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released this week called "Managing the R...
Fallout Persists from Spring Floods in Manitoba
Months after spring floods have receded, some Manitoba First Nations are still displaced, leading two of them to file suit and one to request barracks housing through the winter...
Houma Nation Fears 'Trade-off' in Louisiana's Coastal Restoration
There's no missing it on the homepage of the 2012 Coastal Master Plan at coastal.louisiana.gov : "Hard decisions are ahead." There is much work to be done to repair Louisiana's coa...
Marty Two Bulls, ‘Army Corps of Engineers’
Crow Reservation in Montana on the Long Road to Recovery
According to a June 18 article on GreatFallsTribune.com , damage caused by rain and flooding during May to the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana amounted to $879,168, or about one...
San Manuel Band Donates $200,000 to American Red Cross Flood Relief for Montana Tribes
The San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians donated $200,000 to the American Red Cross of Montana for its relief efforts to assist American Indian communities affected by floodi...
Native Times: Emergency Needs in Indian Country
The Native American Times highlights the tornadoes, floods and fires that have recently ravaged tribes throughout Indian Country...
Flooding Forces Crow Tribe to Lay Off 150
High costs of flood repair have forced the Crow Tribe of Montana to lay off 150 employees, most of them recently hired, reported the The Billings Gazette ...
Crow Tribe ‘Desperately’ Seeking Donations in Wake of Floods
Tribal officials on the Crow Reservation in northern Montana were warning of water-supply contamination on May 25 as searches went on for residents who'd been stranded in the flood...
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