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The Week That Was: August 28, 2016
Dakota Pipeline & 'Law of Christendom’
FCC Commissioner Visits NTU
Native Republicans Make Their Case
Celebrities Support Water Protectors
The Long Arc Is the Real Campaign
Age of Acorns: Sustaining Life for Years
Land Changed Forever By Man
Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Thing About Skins
Northwest Tribes and BC First Nations Warn of Potential Oil Disaster
Worried about increased shipping traffic and the potential for spills, Indigenous Peoples and others opposed to the expansion of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain oil pipeline are say...
After Long Wait, Treaty Tribes and Washington State Agree on Puget Sound Salmon Fishing
After more than a month of overtime negotiations, the treaty tribes in western Washington have reached an agreement with Washington state on the Puget Sound salmon fisheries for th...
‘Historic Victory for Treaty Rights’: Northwest Tribes Rejoice as Army Corps Rejects Coal Terminal
Northwest tribes were elated after the U.S...
‘Disastrous’ Coho Returns Threaten Western Washington Tribes
Blame it on the mass of water known as "the Blob”—four-plus degrees Fahrenheit, warmer-than-normal, nutrient-poor ocean waters hugging the Pacific coast—or on El Niño, habitat dest...
EPA Awards $32 Million to Tribes in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $32 million to assist tribes in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington in developing environmental protection programs...
EPA to Develop Federal Clean Water Standards for Washington, if State Won’t
Ocean’s Rising Acidification Affecting Shellfish That Coastal Tribes Depend On
The ancestral connections of tribal coastal communities to the ocean’s natural resources stretch back thousands of years...
Yakama Fight to Protect Fishing Sites From Coal Train Terminals
The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation have joined the chorus of opposition to coal-rail terminals in the Northwest, adding their voice to those of the Lummi, Quina...
Toxic Waters: Consumption Advisories on Life-Giving Year-Round Fish Threaten Health
The iconic Chinook salmon, for millennia a cornerstone of Pacific Northwest diet, spirituality, ceremony and even the tribes' economy, is fast becoming toxic in Washington State...
Yakama Win in $97 Million Historic Land Mega-Deal
It took three years and $97 million, but the largest land purchase in Washington State history to benefit resource and conservation management has just been finalized, and the Yaka...
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