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Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War Over California Groundwater
For the last two years, California’s Agua Caliente Band of...
Stop Underwater Slaughter! The Desperate Fight to Save Sea Creatures From Death by Sound
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and...
Climate Change in Court: From the Netherlands to the World
The acid test of integrity in a legal system is whether you...
Flowing Through Indian Country: 5 More Endangered Rivers
Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand...
'A Deaf Whale Is a Dead Whale': Sound Blasting for Oil Threatens Marine Life
Editor’s note: This is the first of three stories on the...
The Old Ways Win Again: Fishing and the Wisdom of the Elders
On a moonless November night, the rain-swollen St. Croix...
Nearly $1 Million From EPA for Clean Diesel Engines in North Puget Sound
The Upper Skagit Tribe, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community and the Lummi Nation are all beneficiaries of a total of nearly $1 million in grants to swap out old diesel engines for mo...
The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured zoologist Alan Rabinowitz describing what he calls the “ jaguar cultural corridor ,” anchored by the Olmec and moving in time...
Nicaragua's Grand Canal: No Indigenous Consent, and Probable Environmental Catastrophe
Even as the chorus of scientific and indigenous complaints grows louder, the earth movers and other equipment have started digging the largest canal in the Americas, one that Nicar...
Surviving the Blizzard of 1967: One Woman Tells Her Family’s Story
Lillie Ann Begaye was 12 years old when her entire world turned white. It was mid-December 1967 and snow had fallen on the Navajo Nation for days...
Pit River Rallies to Protect Sacred Medicine Lake Highlands from Fracking
In far Northern California, about 30 miles northeast of Mt...
Tribes Get $6 Million in Federal Funds for Energy Efficiency Projects
Eleven tribal communities are receiving a total of $6 million toward renewable energy projects and technologies, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced...
Tribal Nations Oppose Montana Bison Bills That They Say Trample Sovereignty
One of two pieces of legislation in Montana to impact tribal nations related to bison movement passed in a hearing March 19 held before Montana’s House Agriculture, Livestock and I...
Tender Crescent Moon Has Spring Fling With Venus and Mars
Spring has sprung, the moon is new, and the promise of emerging life has begun to poke up from under the snow...
Must-See Photos: Aurora Borealis Treats Turtle Island to Breathtaking Show [14 Images]
It’s rare for the aurora borealis, or northern lights, to grace Indian country below the 49th Parallel...
Triple Header: Solar Eclipse and (Invisible) Super Moon Welcome Spring Equinox
The first day of spring is heralded this year by a solar eclipse that will reach full totality with a new super moon on top of the world, and astronomy buffs are gathering at point...
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