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Yurok, Karuk to Sue U.S. Government Over Klamath Salmon Parasite
Salmon in the Klamath River could be on the verge of extinction, and the Yurok and Karuk tribes have announced plans to sue the federal government for its management of water flows...
4 More Sacred Places That Need Your Prayers
The 2016 National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American Sacred Places are upon us. There are many places across Turtle Island need prayers...
Saving the Salmon: Feds, States, Tribes Ink Plan to Demolish Four Klamath River Dams
The nation’s largest dam removal project is back on track under a new agreement that will decommission four dams and open hundreds of miles of the hotly contested Klamath River in ...
Video: A Delicious Marriage Between Kale and the Lamprey Eel
In this installment of Cooking Healthy in Indian Country, Meagen Baldy shows viewers how to prepare lamprey eel, which is a food indigenous to Natives in Northern California, with ...
Klamath Connection: Place-Based Curriculum Puts Students on the River
For thousands of years, indigenous people in Oregon and Northern California have relied on the Klamath River for subsistence, transportation and ceremonies...
California Students Research Impacts of Drought on Tribes
As part of a Nature and World Cultures class, co-sponsored by the Humanities and Environmental Studies departments at San Jose State University, groups are required to turn in a re...
Deadly Disease Detected in Lower Klamath Chinook Salmon, Water Flow Increased Again
The relief that California tribes experienced when the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation agreed to open water flows into the Trinity River to avert a fish kill may have been short-lived...
Fish Kill Averted: Department of Interior Agrees to Release Water Into Klamath River
After weeks of lobbying by tribes and experts monitoring water levels and temperature in the Klamath River, Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has authorized the rel...
Video: Watch Tribes State Their Case for Klamath Water Release in Sacramento
On August 19, tribal members and others supporting a release of water into the Klamath River descended upon government offices in Sacramento to demand action to stave off what they...
Video: Klamath Fish Kill Redux? Teens Tell Grown-Ups to ‘Put More Water in the River’
“It’s time to put more water in the river.” So says one teen in this video put together by Yurok youth who, fearful of a fish kill on the Klamath River in California, went out and ...
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