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Cochiti Pueblo Partner With EPA on Water Issues With Green Infrastructure
The Cochiti Pueblo of New Mexico are partnering with the U.S...
Treaty Tribes in Washington Hail EPA’s Proposed Fish Consumption Rate and Water Quality Rules
It has been 20 years since Oregon revised its fish consumption rate (FCR) from 6.5 to 17.5 grams per day (gpd) in 1994, and then to 175 grams per day in 2011 to reflect what Native...
Navajo President Warns Against Signing EPA Claim Forms for Mine Spill Damage
Don’t sign anything. That’s the message from Navajo President Russell Begaye, who has ordered the U.S...
Navajo Nation 'Weeping' as Toxic Mining Spill Flows Through Reservation
Just days after a U.S...
Navajo Nation Braces for a Million Gallons of Mining Wastewater
The Navajo Nation was bracing on Saturday for the arrival of a neon-orange, heavy-metals-infused plume of mining wastewater that was flowing toward the San Juan River from the Anim...
Video: Toxic Mining Wastewater Spill Turns Animas River Lurid Orange in Colorado
Southern Ute tribal officials were warning members on Friday to steer clear of the Animas River after a million gallons of acidic mining waste escaped, tumbled into Cement Creek an...
Santa Ana Pueblo Get EPA-Certified to Administer Clean Water Act on Tribal Land
The Pueblo of Santa Ana’s water-quality programs are now federally certified, meaning the tribe can administer them autonomously under the Clean Water Act, the U.S...
Eastern Cherokee Band Recognized by EPA for Harnessing Rainwater
Creative use of storm water and runoff has earned the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians kudos from the U.S...
$168 Million Settlement Between Navajo Coal Plant and Environmental Protection Agency
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced a $168 million settlement to help remedy pollution from a coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation...
EPA Finds No 'Systemic' Threat to Drinking Water From Fracking
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