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Quechan Skate Park Project Turns Down 'Bribe Money' From Redskins
The Washington Redskins Original Americans Foundation (OAF) paid a visit to the Fort Yuma Quechan Tribe in Winterhaven, CA, and the reports relayed to ICTMN describe a meeting that...
From Barren to Bountiful: 10 Before and After Photos of Colorado River Restoration
Saving America's Nile: How the Quechan Are Rehabbing the Colorado River
The Colorado River, once home to riverboats and a source of liquid sustenance to many, has been referred to as America’s Nile, the most important river in the Southwest...
Tribes Fear Destruction of Cultural Sites by Solar Project
Tribes in California fear the destruction of cultural resources with the construction of a solar project dubbed Palen developed by Brightsource Energy...
Tribes Oppose Obama's Nomination of Lynne Sebastian to Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Tribal leaders and American Indian activists are protesting President Barack Obama’s nomination of Lynne Sebastian to serve on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP),...
Quechan Tribe Mourns Loss of Head Bird Singer
Quechan Tribal elder and head bird singer Willard Golding Sr. walked on February 19 from complications of pneumonia. He was 70...
Sacred Sites Hearings Begin With Concerns Over Renewable Energy Projects
The first in a series of hearings regarding sacred sites between the U.S. Interior Department and tribal leaders was held Monday in Albuquerque, New Mexico...
Small Blaze, Big Loss: Wildfire Warrior Cut Down en Route to Quench Montezuma Flames
Anthony Ramon Polk would have been 31 on June 22...
Ocotillo Express Wind Facility Opposition Grows
Gale Courey Toensing
The Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation is no longer the only voice in legal protest against a proposed wind energy project on the delicate desert landscape surroundi...