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Navajo Coal Mine Generates Lawsuit
In Lew of an Indian, Harriet Tubman
Hard Times in the Land of Plenty
Remember Those Buried at Hiawatha
Authority Restored to Yakama Nation
May the 4th Be With You - Native Style
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Teach for America Wants Natives for STEM
Navajo Girl Mourned; Police Make Arrest
Larry Mitchell Strikes the Right Chords
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NMAI Gala to Honor Six Standouts
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Washington Team Files Special Petition
Native, Woman-Owned Firm Wins Award
Purification Gathering in Arizona May 5
11-Year-Old Navajo Girl Found Dead
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Thing About Skins
Indigenous Knowledge Fighting Drought in South Africa
Indigenous knowledge and modern software have been brought together to mitigate the devastating drought in Southern Africa...
Chickasaw Drought Resiliency Project Focuses on Arbuckle Region
A regional task force is developing a plan to alleviate the effects of drought on more than 140,000 people throughout south-central Oklahoma who depend on the waters of the Arbuckl...
Video: Water Supply Recedes for Tribes Along the Truckee River
The waters of the Truckee River feed several tribes, among them the Pyramid Lake Paiute and the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone...
Tribes and Researchers Study Climate Using Science and Traditional Knowledge
The snowpack in the Sierra Nevada was at its lowest in 500 years during 2015, and that is bad news for tribes farther south of the mountain range that straddles California and Neva...
Drought-Stricken Lake Mead Gets Boost From Preservation Program
From top to bottom, the mighty Colorado River is a 1,400-mile journey with 244,000 square miles of river basin that slakes thirst and grows crops for millions of residents in seven...
Fires, Drought, Melting Glaciers: Tribal Climate Experts Hope We Haven’t Passed the Tipping Point
Mother Earth is teaching a lesson. Or giving us a scolding...
California Wildfires Devour 134,000 Acres, Prompt State of Emergency
Fires whipping across Northern California have consumed more than 134,000 acres as firefighters struggle to contain them while mourning one of their own, killed in the line of duty...
Inside the Power Plant Fueling America’s Drought
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
A couple of miles outside the town of Page, three 775-foot-tall caramel-colored smokestacks tower like sentries on the edge of northern Arizona’s sprawling red sandstone wilderness...
‘We’re Going to Be Out of Water’: Navajo Nation Dying of Thirst
For centuries, the Diné people have raised their families and livestock on the high desert lands of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah...
Parched California Issues Water Restrictions in Face of Ongoing Drought
Standing on “on dry grass where there should be five feet of snow,” California Governor Jerry Brown on April 1 imposed the state’s first-ever drought-related mandatory water restri...
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