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 ...
Richard Walker
4/24/13
Quinault Lake has been a place of nurture since glaciers carved the lake and river valley in their retreat some 15,000 years ago...
ICTMN Staff
2/21/13
Salmon are known for their homing skills, returning annually to the streams they hatched in to spawn...
ICTMN Staff
11/11/12
As Kennecott Eagle Minerals lurches toward completing its plan to begin mining copper and nickel from tribal lands in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula beginning in 2014, the fight...
Jackleen de La Harpe
10/28/12
Fish hatcheries built below the dams in the Pacific Northwest have replenished salmon stocks for downstream and ocean fishermen for decades, while upstream, wild runs where treaty ...
Leonard Masten
10/29/12

Ten years ago thousands of adult salmon died in the Lower Klamath River in far Northern California when extremely low flows ordered by the Bush administration created lethal conditions for fish....

Lee Allen
10/26/12
Salmon --- they’ve fed families ever since they began to swim upstream and Native peoples became the first to feast on their firm flesh...
Richard Walker
9/2/12
Not until the 1974 Boldt decision in United States v. Washington did Billy Frank Jr. think that his treaty right to fish would be secure...
Tish Leizens
9/5/12
When the salmon swim upstream in September, the Coquille Tribe of Oregon's southwest region share their heritage, culture and traditions over two days of weekend festivities that i...
ICTMN Staff
9/27/11
On September 17, numerous officials and Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members attended a ceremony kicking off the long overdue demolition of two dams on the Elwha River ...

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