Simon Moya-Smith
12/9/14
Forty percent of homes on the Navajo Reservation do not have running water, which means it has to be trucked in; it means the homes there -- these families -- don't have taps to tu...
ICTMN Staff
8/8/13
Do you prefer your water salty and bitter, or sweet and smooth?...
Konnie LeMay
3/8/13
Eight days into a 1,200-mile trek along one of the longest rivers in the United States—the iconic Mississippi—Sharon Day was looking to hit mile 125 by day’s end...
ICTMN Staff
2/19/13
Two Ojibwe women are planning to walk the entire length of the Mississippi River to draw attention to the plight of Mother Earth’s water...
David P. Ball
9/23/12
One month after more than one in 10 residents of James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan had to be evacuated after historic flooding, nearly half the community remains under a boil...
Dale Carson
7/28/12
Dale Carson The Western Abenaki Dictionary by Gordon M. Day lists 98—I counted them—versions of the word water ...
ICTMN Staff
7/17/12
Scientists have found the remains of an impressive dam in the ancient Mayan city of Tikal, in Guatemala...
Lee Allen
7/8/12
A new water-purification system using solar power to purify contaminated groundwater holds promise for solving water problems not only on the Navajo Nation, where it is being teste...
Terri Hansen
7/2/12
PORTLAND, Oregon—Toxic shampoo residue. Pharmaceuticals. Scary-sounding names like triclosan, Trimethoprim and polybrominated diphenyl ether...
Steven Newcomb
6/21/12
From May 24 through 27, 2012, Valerie Taliman and I attended the Gathering of Wisdom Keepers, organized by Anishnaabe spiritual leader Dave Courchene and the Turtle Lodge , which i...

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