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DOI Emails on Bears Ears Prove Trump Ignored Natives
Internal documents suggest Utah and federal officials failed to take into account Native concerns and input as they downsized the national monument
Feds reject Michigan permit for mine near sensitive tribal waters
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has objected to a wetland permit for the proposed Back Forty Mine in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula near the Wisconsin border.
Kinder Morgan wants money from anyone who gets in the way of Trans Mountain expansion
The Canadian division of Texas-based multinational energy giant Kinder Morgan is seeking to get some money from anyone who gets in the way of its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, the company indicated in legal papers to be reviewed on Wednesday by B.C.’s Supreme Court.
Toxic Spill in the Navajo Nation
A new film highlights the efforts of a Diné hydrologist to protect sacred waters
Big firms push to overturn uranium mining ban near Grand Canyon
Companies say mining poses scant threat but conservation groups say ban should remain until environmental risks have been fully explored
Standing Rock: Dakota Access Pipeline Leak Technology Can’t Detect All Spills
The Standing Rock Tribe argues in a report that thousands of barrels of oil a day could leak into the Missouri River and not be detected by the company’s equipment.
Native Communities are Fighting for a More Inclusive Farm Bill
Although agriculture continues to play a big role in Native life today, the Quapaw’s ability to feed themselves is nearly unique. While the overwhelming majority of farm operators in the U.S. are white, among farmers of color an estimated 30 percent are Native American or Alaska Native, and together they […]
After Signing of Blackfeet Nation Water Compact, Funding Still Needed
After decades of work, a water compact with Montana’s Blackfeet Nation was finally settled last year. But the federal government still needs to come up with more than $400 million to fund water improvement projects.
Standing Rock is everywhere: one year later
One year after the closing of the camp at the Standing Rock Reservation, Standing Rock is everywhere. Our collective water has been assaulted for many generations to the possible point of no return.
Red Cloud’s Revolution: Oglalla Sioux freeing themselves from fossil fuel
Henry Red Cloud, like so many Oglalla Sioux young men, left the reservation to work in construction. When he returned home in 2002, he needed a job, and also wanted to make a difference. He attended a solar energy workshop and saw the future.
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