ICTMN Staff
6/14/16
Eagle offering: Indian Country Today Media Network West Coast Editor Valerie Taliman, a citizen of the Navajo Nation, had a special visit from an eagle near Juneau, Alaska while fi...
Terri Hansen
6/10/16
After more than a month of overtime negotiations, the treaty tribes in western Washington have reached an agreement with Washington state on the Puget Sound salmon fisheries for th...
Jack McNeel
5/31/16
It was truly a “First Salmon” ceremony, not only celebrating the annual return of salmon to the river but also, in this case, the first salmon to return to the Chief Joseph Hatcher...
Terri Hansen
4/14/16
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 ...
Terri Hansen
4/7/16
The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) is harshly criticizing a lawsuit filed on March 31 on behalf of a fish conservation group that would cut funding for fish h...
Terri Hansen
3/28/16
Blame it on the mass of water known as "the Blob”—four-plus degrees Fahrenheit, warmer-than-normal, nutrient-poor ocean waters hugging the Pacific coast—or on El Niño, habitat dest...
Terri Hansen
3/9/16
Salmon distinctively stand for the Pacific Northwest. And two tribal women in the Northwest stand for the salmon: Kathryn Brigham and Lorraine Loomis...
Daniel Mesec
1/26/16
To the deep beat of drums, hereditary chiefs and elders from coastal and inland First Nations entered the Highlander Hotel and Convention Centre, packed with more than 300 people...
ICTMN Staff
11/19/15
First corn, and now salmon. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on November 19 approved genetically modified salmon for human consumption...
ICTMN Staff
10/29/15
Low returns of wild coho salmon are prompting the Quinault Indian Nation to close all its fisheries in Grays Harbor and Queets River and to declare an economic disaster because of ...

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