Andre Cramblit
11/5/14

It is the season of the Native. We have just completed our World Renewal ceremonies, Columbus Day, Halloween (please don’t dress as a “brave” or Pocahottie), November is Native American Heritage month. Oh boy this is our time of the year....

Don Gentry
8/7/14

From time immemorial, salmon, steelhead and other fish runs have sustained the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin Paiute members of the Klamath Tribes....

ICTMN Staff
3/6/14
The century-long water war between the Klamath Tribes and the farmers and ranchers upstream could be drawing to an end, as negotiations were completed on March 5 for a deal to allo...
Danielle Vigil-Masten
9/16/13

The Hoopa Valley Tribe applauds a recent decision by a federal judge to allow the federal Bureau of Reclamation to open the Lewiston dam and release Trinity River water needed to avoid a replay of the 2002 fish kill in the Klamath River....

SJSU Students
8/16/13
In March of this year, the Yurok Tribe lost Archie Thompson, a widower who raised eight children...
ICTMN Staff
5/7/13
The Klamath Tribes possess the oldest water rights in the nation, and as the Los Angeles Times reports, these Indigenous Peoples of Oregon are about to reclaim what they have been ...
Hayley Hutt
4/3/13

Recent news of the Klamath Tribe’s victory in a water rights battle after 38 years of court proceedings came as no surprise to the Hoopa Valley Tribe. Hoopa knows that tribal water rights and tribal trust are the most powerful tools for restoring the West’s salmon rivers....

Meta Maxwell
9/8/11
“You don’t always get what you want, but you do get what you’ll accept,” D. J...
ICTMN Staff
4/15/11
Ancestral lands around the lower Klamath River in California now officially belong to the Yurok Tribe, after its acquisition of 22,237 acres from the Green Diamond Resource Company...
ICTMN Staff
1/25/11
New federal legislation allows five Oregon tribes to lease their trust land for up to 99 years--a move that will drive long-term business and economic development...

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