December 06, 2016

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Emergency officials: We won’t let pipeline protesters freeze Written by DAVE KOLPACK, Associated Press 38
Umatilla Indian Reservation grapples with pipelines Written by GEORGE PLAVEN, East Oregonian 31
Tribal leaders press feds on drilling plan in New Mexico Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 37
Army Corps blocks route of Dakota Access oil pipeline Written by Associated Press 3530
The Latest: Veterans to join Standing Rock protests Written by Associated Press 458
Pipeline protesters vow to stay camped on federal land Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 279
North Dakota officials: Protesters should leave federal land Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 89
Standing Rock chairman says Army Corps plans to close camp area Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON and AMY FORLITI, Associated Press 82
US Government sued by Crow Creek tribe for $200 million Written by Seth Tupper, Rapid City Journal 84
Landfill project dead as San Diego County tribe buys up land Written by Associated Press 261
Obama blocks new oil, gas drilling in Arctic Ocean Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 81
Dakota Access oil pipeline developer won’t consider reroute Written by JOHN MONE and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 10627
Navajo youths travel 1,000 miles to protest power plant haze Written by MARY HUDETZ, Associated Press 114
Pawnee Nation lawsuit asks that drilling permits be voided Written by Associated Press 154
Hawaii land board seeks quick dismissal of telescope appeal Written by JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press 162
Dakota Access pipeline decision unlikely until early 2017 Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 209
Company: Army Corps’ latest pipeline delay purely political Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 239
Robert Kennedy Jr. to join Dakota Access pipeline protests Written by Associated Press 77
Army Corps wants more study on Dakota Access oil pipeline Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 67
Company: Dakota Access pipeline could move oil in early 2017 Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 79
Capitol locked down after pipeline protesters arrive Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 75
Trump set to roll back Obama policies on energy, environment Written by MATTHEW DALY and JULIE PACE, Associated Press 78
165-year-old treaty at center of Dakota Access protest Written by JENNY SCHLECHT, The Bismarck Tribune 710
Montana to talk to tribes before sending police to protests Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 83
Governor-elect won’t speculate on what to do about pipeline protest Written by DAVE KOLPACK, Associated Press 122
Pipeline company offers to help pay costs to police protests Written by Associated Press 83
Charges dropped against pair who filmed pipeline protest Written by GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press 242
Wyoming troopers to return from North Dakota protests Written by Associated Press 136
Some Iowa landowners complain about oil pipeline work Written by Associated Press 219
Choctaw Nation, city join in recycling effort Written by Charles Clark, Choctaw Nation 302
Texas protesters demand CEO behind pipeline leave commission Written by Associated Press 122
Regulator: Pipeline company too late in reporting artifacts Written by Associated Press 291
Pipeline company could face fines; protesters pepper-sprayed Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON and JOHN L. MONE, Associated Press 226
If Dakota Access pipeline were to move, where? Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 107
Clergy join Dakota Access pipeline protesters for ceremony Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 192
Tribal leaders ask U.N. Peacekeeping Operations to protect protestors Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News Today 379
Cincinnati council: Pull troopers from pipeline protest Written by Associated Press 111
MN officers return from aiding ND law enforcement Written by Associated Press 150
North Dakota officials borrow $4M, criticize protest cost Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 101
A look at key players in the Dakota Access pipeline fight Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 1012
Money pours in for anti-pipeline protest, but will it last? Written by REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press 296
After tense standoff, pipeline protesters staying near camp Written by REGINA GARCIA CANO and JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 2973
Pipeline protesters urge unity after days of confrontations Written by REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press 115
Tense oil pipeline protest subsides at least temporarily Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 218
Oil pipeline protesters burn vehicles, set roadblock Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 107
Sacred Stone Camp prepares for winter Written by BRIAN DAFFRON 771
Protestors, authorities clash Thursday Written by Associated Press 340
Actor Mark Ruffalo in ND to oppose pipeline Written by Associated Press 645
Wyoming sends troopers to North Dakota pipeline protest Written by BEN NEARY, Associated Press 127
Company asks pipeline protesters to leave North Dakota land Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON and JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 113
News Guide: New phase for Dakota Access pipeline protest Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 225
Protesters set up camp in project’s path for the 1st time Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON and JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 277
Appeals court hears Nevada mine case Written by Associated Press 123
South Dakota’s portion of oil pipeline nearly finished Written by Associated Press 105
New Mexico lawmakers briefed on lead levels after mine spill Written by Associated Press 159
Obama administration steps up efforts to protect Puget Sound Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 139
More arrests of pipeline protesters in North Dakota Written by Associated Press 183
Waters wash away divides as Montanans protect rivers Written by ROB CHANEY, Missoulian 161
Dakota Access pipeline work resumes near site of protest Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 175
Court: Construction can resume on small stretch of pipeline Written by Associated Press 309
Native Americans in Ohio protest pipeline, push green energy Written by Associated Press 161
Dakota Access pipeline work to resume in protest area Written by BLAKE NICHOLSON, Associated Press 164
Indigenous Environmental Network responds to Injunction denial to halt DAPL Written by Indigenous Environmental Network 443
Request would boost DAPL to at least 470K barrels daily Written by Associated Press 179
National sheriffs group pledges help with pipeline policing Written by Associated Press 166
Blackfeet say they’ll move bison onto disputed sacred area Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 584
North Dakota taps Wisconsin deputies for Dakota Access help Written by Associated Press 151
North Dakota officials block county road because of protest Written by Associated Press 511
Judges ask questions in Dakota Access pipeline appeal Written by JESSICA GRESKO, Associated Press 307
US asks judge to uphold cancellation of Montana energy lease Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 379
Dakota Access pipeline case set to be heard by DC court Written by Associated Press 270
Feds say they won’t evict sprawling pipeline protest camp Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 1058
North Dakota tribes seek review of pipelines under reservoir Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 297
Navajo Nation lawmakers want study on impact of fracking Written by Associated Press 207
Task force looking into security, pipeline protesters’ clash Written by Associated Press 373
SD officials seek up to $6 million from state-owned bank Written by Associated Press 279
Secretary Jewell Approves Utility-Scale Solar Project on Tribal Land in Nevada Written by DOI Media Release 834
Gathering of tribes mobilizes to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline Written by Ethan Goffman, EarthTalk.org 718
Judge asked to restore cancelled energy lease in sacred area Written by Associated Press 331
Dakota Access CEO: Company committed to finishing project Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 240
Federal intervention on oil pipeline project unprecedented Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 614
Federal government halts work on part of pipeline project Written by DAVE KOLPACK and JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 348
Judge denies request to stop work on pipeline Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 912
Q&A: The 4-state, $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline Written by Associated Press 4228
California panel mulls development on coastal oil land Written by AMY TAXIN, Associated Press 249
EPA shuts down 17 wells in Osage Nation after Oklahoma quake Written by SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press 267
Protest Grows Ahead of Key Ruling on Dakota Access Pipeline Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 381
‘Our cause is just,’ says tribal leader in pipeline protest Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 866
Tribal leader: Avoid North Dakota towns after pipeline clash Written by Associated Press 437
UN body says Sioux must have say in pipeline project Written by MICHAEL ASTOR, Associated Press 19704
Judge to hear arguments in Sacagawea pipeline case Written by Associated Press 522
Osage Nation joins support efforts for Sioux Tribe at Standing Rock in pipeline protest Written by Osage Nation Media Release 685
Sioux communities issue statement of support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Written by Media Release 521
Gila River Indian Community, tribal council, release letter supporting Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Written by Gila River Media Release 357
Far-reaching tribal solidarity displayed at pipeline protest Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 1350
Tribe trucks totem pole 4,800 miles in protest Written by GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press 447
Judge to rule on tribe’s oil pipeline request by Sept. 9 Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and DAVID PITT, Associated Press 492
Tribe trucks totem pole 4,800 miles in fossil fuels protest Written by GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press 374
Statement from Indigenous Environmental Network on pipeline protest Written by Indigenous Environmental Network 578
Three Affiliated Tribes issues support for pipeline protest Written by Associated Press 216
Feds, law professors say judge wrong to block fracking rules Written by BEN NEARY, Associated Press 363
State, feds argue over tribe water rights Written by MARINA VILLENEUVE, Associated Press 444
Southeast Alaska tribes share mining concerns with feds Written by Associated Press 217
Pipeline Protest: Tribal chairman calls governor’s emergency order unfortunate Written by DAVE KOLPACK, Associated Press 376
Pacific sea level predicts global temperature changes Written by University of Arizona Media Release 222
NV Energy wants new solar farm, faster closure of coal plant Written by MICHELLE RINDELS, Associated Press 325
Navajo Nation sues feds over massive 2015 mine waste spill Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 399
People vs. oil pipeline protest strengthens Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 533
Judge fines company $100K for Montana oil spill Written by Associated Press 378
Navajos renew call for reimbursement from EPA mine spill Written by Associated Press 285
Opposition to oil pipeline heats up in North Dakota, Iowa Written by JAMES MacPHERSON and DAVID PITT, Associated Press 433
Tribes, Oklahoma reach deal on water rights dispute Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 426
Mine cleanup at Riley Pass finally begins after 51 years Written by SETH TUPPER, Rapid City Journal 516
EPA to pay $1.2M more in costs from Colorado mine spill Written by Associated Press 361
American Indians to continue protest against pipeline Written by Associated Press 475
Feds reach settlement with Navajos over uranium mine cleanup Written by Associated Press 503
Oil company to plead guilty to criminal charges over spill Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 545
Navajo Nation, US, agree on phase 2 of work on abandoned uranium mines Written by DOJ Media Release 909
State, Stillaguamish Tribe debate liability for Oso slide Written by GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press 436
Tribe files suit to stop Clear Creek restoration project Written by Associated Press 508
Major battle over oil terminal unfolds in Pacific Northwest Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 656
Bakken pipeline will run under sacred tribal site in Iowa Written by Associated Press 652
EPA: $1 Million Available for Tribes to Clean Up Diesel Engines 
 
 Written by EPA Media Release 569
Native history, Bakken pipeline clash in Iowa Blood Run area Written by MIKE KILEN, Des Moines Register 588
Navajo student maps oil, gas wells, shows potential environmental effects on tribal lands Written by JAMES FENTON, The Daily Times 832
Iowa board moves toward allowing pipeline project to begin Written by DAVID PITT, Associated Press 571
Tribes join forces to save endangered butterflies Written by LISA HICKS SNELL, Native Times | Native Oklahoma Magazine 787
If confirmed, Native American site may delay $3.8B pipeline Written by DAVID PITT, Associated Press 772
New Mexico pushes for remedies in wake of mine waste spill Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 614
Tribe's bid to delay Block Island wind farm project denied Written by Associated Press 623
NTEC signs MOU to start fugitive methane study near Navajo Mine Written by ERNY ZAH, Media Release 821
Corps: Coal terminal violates tribal rights, won’t permit Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 641
US Sen. John McCain calls for criminal probe into mine spill Written by RYAN VAN VELZER, Associated Press 599
Southern Paiutes, allies to host Gold Butte culture walk Written by Media Release 724
Criminal charges filed against oil company for 2011 spill Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 394
President of Peru, an astronaut, CNN meteorologist, among speakers at environmental summit Written by Media Release 1024
Senate panel issues subpoena to EPA over Colorado mine spill Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 567
Standing Rock Sioux sets up camp to protest oil pipeline Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 668
Senate GOP to subpoena EPA chief in Colorado mine spill Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 544
Court dismisses complaint over power plant on Navajo Nation Written by Associated Press 726
Judge says government must act on gas lease on sacred land Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 695
Local governments boost monitoring efforts in wake of spill Written by Associated Press 731
Congressman: Designation of historical site sabotages mine Written by RYAN VAN VELZER, Associated Press 788
Updated: Arch Coal suspends plans for major new mine in Montana Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 812
Arch Coal suspends plans for major new mine in Montana Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 638
Flagstaff, Hopi Tribe reach settlement over wastewater use Written by Associated Press 722
Forest deals huge blow to development outside Grand Canyon Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 680
House member: Mine that fouled rivers breached on purpose Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 717
Red Lake Nation plans massive solar panel project Written by Associated Press 1021
Tribe-led partnership to get $7.9M for habitat protection Written by Associated Press 1146
New Mexico official blasts EPA over Colorado mine spill Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 821
Navajo lawmakers approve water rights settlement with Utah Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1398
US tribes oppose massive pipeline expansion in Canada Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 950
Judge asked to halt cancellation of Montana energy lease Written by Associated Press 804
State regulators again approve Keystone XL oil pipeline Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 801
Diné couple resume life after mine spill Written by NOEL LYN SMITH, The Daily Times 907
Grand Canyon seeks changes as more visitors use backcountry Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 891
Report may lead to Osage County drilling regulations Written by TULSA WORLD, via ASSOCIATED PRESS 827
DOI Secretary makes remarks at international climate talks Written by DOI Media Release 1067
Reduce Food Waste and Feed People, Not Landfills Written by Joe Hubbard, EPA Region 6 898
Cowlitz Tribe submits plan for casino wastewater to EPA Written by Associated Press 1016
Southern Ute tribe works out solar plant deal Written by Associated Press 892
Navajo Nation estimates $700K in damage from mine spill Written by Associated Press 1010
SD Keystone XL review goes on despite president’s rejection Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 969
Colorado county, tribe want more time for mine compensation Written by Associated Press 923
House GOP revives bill protecting firms that clean up mines Written by DAN ELLIOTT, Associated Press 581
Feds clear leases for drilling in Santa Fe National Forest Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 699
Tribe, local activists work to clean up Superfund site on Native lands Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 1541
EPA mine spill was preventable, points to broader problem Written by MATTHEW BROWN and DAN ELLIOTT, Associated Press 904
Former UK telescope to be removed from Hawaii mountain Written by JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press 763
Univ. of New Mexico to study exposure to mines’ metal mixes Written by Associated Press 799
New EPA Grant Accelerates Quapaw Tribe's Tar Creek Superfund Clean-Up Written by SEAN HARRISON 1532
Point-au-Chien Indian tribe sues over 2010 oil spill Written by Associated Press 1575
Alaska officials eye eroding village as relocation model Written by RACHEL D’ORO, Associated Press 695
US panel: Cancel drilling lease near Glacier National Park Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 988
Researchers find heavy metals along river after mine spill Written by DAN ELLIOTT, Associated Press 691
Swinomish, Ecotrust receive federal funding for forest conservation, carbon sequestration Written by Media Release 1538
New Mexico official: EPA kept water data secret after spill Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 845
OU welcomes environmental journalists to Oklahoma Written by University of Oklahoma Media Release 1052
Oil, gas regulations to get new scrutiny in Nebraska Written by GRANT SCHULTE, Associated Press 1088
Erin Brockovich accuses feds of lying about mine waste spill Written by Associated Press 800
Colorado mine spill prompts changes in warning system Written by Associated Press 861
Congress wades into toxic mine spill caused by EPA crew Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 853
Erin Brockovich to tour Navajo Nation areas damaged by spill Written by Associated Press 866
Drilling boom brings rising number of harmful waste spills Written by JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer 1171
Feds propose new water quality rule for Washington Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 829
Judge asked to lift hold on drilling lease near Glacier park Written by Associated Press 1162
Obama Administration Unveils New Climate Resilience Tools
 Written by WHITE HOUSE MEDIA RELEASE 1004
Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama in Alaska Written by JOSH LEDERMAN, Associated Press 882
EPA: Soil on Navajo Nation trending to pre-spill conditions Written by Associated Press 924
Scientists, tribe study shrinking Washington state glacier Written by PHUONG LE, Associated Press 1179
Investigation: EPA, state missed potential for mine blowout Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 638
Navajo farmers reject use of water after mine spill Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1285
Public hearing to be held on drilling lease near Glacier Written by Associated Press 801
Navajo Nation president eyes lifting advisory on river water Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 920
White Earth tribal citizens oppose Enbridge pipeline project Written by Associated Press 1236
Navajo farmers reject water delivered by EPA contractor Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 881
EPA test results show mine spill unleashed highly toxic stew Written by MICHAEL BIESECKER, MATTHEW BROWN and P. SOLOMON BANDA, Associated Press 1094
Navajo Nation says it feels brunt of Colorado mine leak Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN and ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press 1234
Keystone XL review drags on 5 times longer than average Written by JOSH LEDERMAN, Associated Press 984
Keystone XL challenges treaty rights Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 1879
Fearing stigma, Colorado contested Superfund status for mine Written by IVAN MORENO and ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press 964
Navajo president: EPA says spill cleanup could take decades Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN and ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press 2054
Top EPA official takes responsibility for mine spill Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN and ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press 713
Officials downstream from Colorado mine spill demand answers Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN and ELLEN KNICKMEYER, Associated Press 726
Feds say Colorado mine spill 3 times larger than believed Written by IVAN MORENO, Associated Press 703
New Badlands National Park leader open to tribal park plan Written by Associated Press 1124
Astronomers gather in Hawaii amid telescope tensions Written by JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER, Associated Press 850
Tribes preparing for climate change impact on First Foods Written by GEORGE PLAVEN, East Oregonian 1031
Opposing sides face off at Keystone XL pipeline hearing Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 923
Company objects to delay as it seeks to drill near Glacier Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 1206
Energy Department to Host Tribal Leader Forum and Tribal Renewable Energy Development Workshop in New Mexico Written by Media Release 1439
Montana tribe breaks off talks over drilling on sacred land Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 950
South Dakota regulators hold hearing on Keystone XL pipeline Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 1134
Arizona copper mine stirs debate pitting profits vs religion Written by RYAN VAN VELZER, Associated Press 1153
Settlement over coal plant permits to benefit Navajos Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1537
Southern Ute tribe challenges new federal fracking law Written by Associated Press 1178
Maine American Indian bill about fishing management defeated Written by Associated Press 1074
Environmentalists lose bid to halt mine near Grand Canyon Written by Associated Press 780
Tribal leaders and fishermen protest Alaska military plans Written by CATHY BUSSEWITZ, Associated Press 803
Tribal officials say saltwater spilled near Mandaree Written by Associated Press 1263
US to pay $13.2M for Navajo Nation uranium mine evaluation Written by Associated Press 1188
A whole lot of shaking going on – who or what is the culprit? Written by Jay Daniels, Round House Talk 1396
First Nations accepting applications for ‘Seeds of Native Health’ grants Written by Staff Report 1484
OSRC’S Fite says people still care about the Illinois River Written by Associated Press 1987
Blackfeet launch campaign to cancel energy leases Written by Associated Press 1786
Kaibab Paiute reservation named dark sky community Written by Associated Press 1149
Oklahoma geology group links earthquakes to oil waste wells Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 1115
Hundreds flock to Capitol for hearing on Flathead water deal Written by ALISON NOON, Associated Press 1287
Judge blocks Navajo coal mine expansion in northwestern NM Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 2270
Environmentalists lose round in battle against uranium mine Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1132
DOI nounces Plans to Partner with Crow Tribe on Yellowtail Afterbay Hydropower Written by DOI Media Release 1229
MPCA announces new approach for protecting wild rice Written by STEVE KARNOWSKI, Associated Press 1285
DOE announces renewable energy investment for tribes Written by US Dept. of Energy Media Release 3239
Court ruling sends Navajo Mine expansion bid back for review Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 1706
Energy Department to Help Tribes Advance Clean Energy Projects and Increase Resiliency Written by DOE Media Release 2202
Company plans to resume work at Arizona uranium mine Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 2846
Researchers help guard sunken tribal artifacts from turbines Written by Associated Press 2122
Energy company withdraws from lawsuit against EPA Written by Associated Press 2205
Nevada court returns Vegas pipeline issue to state official Written by KEN RITTER, Associated Press 2498
Cherokee Nation replaces busses with CNG vehicles Written by Associated Press 2904
Apache leader wants coalition to fight Arizona copper mine Written by Associated Press 3141
American Indians carry torch to stop Keystone XL Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 6913
Tribal head: State must do more to protect from oil impacts Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 3976
White House says it will veto bill to approve oil pipeline Written by DINA CAPPIELLO, Associated Press 3114
Keystone backers win in SD, set back by White House Written by JAMES NORD, Associated Press 3168
Nebraska court could hold up Keystone pipeline Written by MARGERY A. BECK, Associated Press 2436
10 states say EPA tribal boundary ruling needs full review Written by BEN NEARY, Associated Press 3060
8 charged with trespassing at gas pipeline protest in Pa. Written by Associated Press 3771
Columbia River shoreline access to be decided Written by Associated Press 3000
Group seeks transparency with NM water exchanges Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 2649
Congress clears way for copper mine in Arizona Written by Associated Press 3365
Crow leader says climate plan would hurt tribe Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4081
Federal officials seek halt to Oklahoma wind farm Written by Associated Press 4715
Crow Creek Singer upsets Congress; Thune vows to support Pipeline Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 3681
Mining group appeals ban on new Grand Canyon mines Written by BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press 2858
Tribal head to speed North Dakota pipeline talks Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 3707
Indigenous Peoples Unite to Stop Genetically Engineered Trees Written by Indigenous Environmental Network Media Release 4247
Have plastic bag bans made a dent in the litter? Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 3231
Crow judge holds officials in contempt over water Written by Associated Press 3054
ND reservation gets fed funds for wind energy Written by Associated Press 3609
Groundbreaking indigenous sustainability conference explores future of tribes in era of climate change Written by Iti Agnihotri, ASU Media Relations 4929
New York salt mine’s rail project concerns Senecas Written by Associated Press 3622
More emergency water releases for Klamath salmon Written by JEFF BARNARD, Associated Press 3370
Judge hears arguments on mining near Grand Canyon Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3048
Work begins on $1 billion solar plant in Nevada Written by Associated Press 3796
Decree sets water-rights for Big Horn River basin Written by Associated Press 3724
Video Documents Tribal Climate Change Variability Challenges and Solutions Written by University of Oklahoma Media Release 3753
3,000 barrels of brine spilled on reservation Written by JOSH WOOD, Associated Press 4781
Land deal to protect reservation’s Book Cliffs Written by Associated Press 3007
Tribe official: Tests not shared on brine spill Written by JOSH WOOD, Associated Press 4962
Top federal officials discuss energy development Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 3736
Tribes won’t appoint mining board member Written by Associated Press 2975
Minnesota reservation seeks stricter air standards Written by Associated Press 3087
Rule aims to help clear air around Grand Canyon Written by FELICIA FONSECA
, Associated Press 2768
EPA Issues Policy Supporting Tribal and Indigenous Communities Written by EPA Media Release 3102
Pipeline breach renews call for more monitoring Written by JOSH WOOD and JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 2446
Navajo Nation wildfire nearing full containment Written by Associated Press 2776
Crews fighting Navajo blaze search for hot spots Written by SUSAN MONTOYA-BRYAN, Associated Press 2141
Arizona delegation pushes for river settlement Written by Associate Press 2242
Heat, wind hamper efforts to corral Navajo fire Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 2280
Feds behind on oil well inspections in Dakotas Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 2873
Tribe signs agreements for waste site cleanup Written by Associated Press 3077
Judge: Treaties lack pipeline siting power Written by Associated Press 2569
State seeks to enter tribal water-rights lawsuit Written by LISA BAUMANN, Associated Press 3330
Utah spending $550K on in-depth public lands study Written by MICHELLE L. PRICE, Associated Press 2554
DOI Secretary announces solar energy project on trust land Written by DOI Media Release 5027
Public concerned about Navajo coal mine deal Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3270
ND tribes warn of the environmental impact of oil Written by JOSH WOOD 2532
Proposed Montana coal mine facing delays Written by MATTHEW Brown, Associated Press 2941
Ranchers, Klamath tribes sign deal to share water Written by JEFF BARNARD, Associated Press 2443
Register Now for Climate Change Task Force Webinar Series Written by DOE Office of Indian Energy Media Release 3172
Discussions held on reopening water compact talks Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 2756
Northern Cheyenne and coal - Sixty year love-hate relationship Written by Clara Caufield, A Cheyenne Voice 5373
US EPA agrees to stay reservation decision Written by BEN NEARY, Associated Press 3534
Choctaw Recycling exceeds 5 million pounds Written by ZACH MAXWELL, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma 3137
Navajo council approves New Mexico mine proposal Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3643
Native American arguments put uranium mining on hold Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 5528
Feds, tribes reach deal on Fort Belknap water Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 3125
Northern Arapaho say feds blocked air regulations Written by BEN NEARY, Associated Press 2668
Work for uranium mine near Grand Canyon hits pause Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3751
Native leaders upset by effort to overturn ruling Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3221
EPA awards Okla. tribes grants for air quality Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3474
EPA Awards Over $847,000 to Oklahoma Tribes to Protect Air Quality Written by EPA Media Release 3846
Megaload resumes journey after tribal blockade Written by TODD DVORAK, Associated Press 4421
Agreement quantifies Arizona tribe’s water rights Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6506
USDA services makes livestock wells possible Written by USDA News Release 3328
Chickasaw governor hopeful on water lawsuit talks Written by SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press 4424
$500M water project in SD nearing completion Written by Associated Press 3617
Endangered wolves get new home at SC site Written by BRUCE SMITH, Associated Press 3590
Tribal chief calls for nonviolent mine opposition Written by Associated Press 3258
Sioux tribes plan large-scale wind energy project Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 4194
High Court rejects Texas claims to Okla. water Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 4430
Feds OK new balance for Klamath water Written by JEFF BARNARD, Associated Press 4405
Navajo plans to block access for uranium transport Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3689
Villagers want old military containers removed Written by Associated Press 4087
Cherokee Nation to operate largest wind farm on tribal land Written by JULIE HUBBARD, Cherokee Nation Media Release 5923
Oklahoma tribes partner on Chilocco property wind farm Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 6619
Wyandotte Recycling Center grand opening April 11 Written by WILLIAM SWAIM, Wyandotte Nation News Release 4008
Walleye rules tightened for Mille Lacs Lake Written by STEVE KARNOWSKI, Associated Press 4934
Wis. DNR, Chippewa tribes locking horns again Written by DINESH RAMDE, Associated Press 4349
Anschutz to halt drilling next to Glacier park Written by Associated Press 3999
Foes of drilling near historic site out of options Written by DAVE KOLPACK, Associated Press 4804
Walker signs bill easing mining permit process Written by TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 4109
Mining companies eye new Navajo Nation projects Written by Associated Press 5008
SMSC Director Honored for Environmental Stewardship Written by TESSA LEHTO, SMSC News Release 4199
Osage Nation residents worried over lax drilling regs Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 8097
Mine operators win Grand Canyon uranium fight Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 5770
MPCA investigates tribe’s waste recovery effort Written by Associated Press 3425
Navajo Nation looks to coal energy Written by JORDYN DAHL, The Durango Herald 4433
Oil drilling approved in Killdeer Mountains area Written by Associated Press 8268
EPA reports on plan to clean up uranium on Navajo Written by Associated Press 5075
Obama to confront oil pipeline, climate change Written by Matthew Daly, Associated Press 4787
Proposal targets pollution at Navajo power plant Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 5581
20 trained for uranium cleanup on Navajo land Written by Associated Press 5490
Yakama Nation: Gas pipeline damages historic site Written by SHANNON DININNY, Associated Press 4742
LA buying $1.6B power from tribal solar plant Written by Associated Press 5582
Duo uses solar, recycling to live off grid Written by JANICE CROMPTON, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 4806
Tribe near Vegas appealing EPA coal plant air rule Written by KEN RITTER, Associated Press 5286
ND tribe to get control of land for oil refinery Written by Associated Press 5848
Plan calls for shuttering part of NM power plant Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 5285
New data, but not much new in Wyo. fracking study Written by MEAD GRUVER, Associated Press 4639
Agreement secures $25 million for cleanup of Rio TInto Mine Written by EPA News Release 4471
Lummi Nation opposes coal-export shipping terminal Written by Associated Press 5552
Americans create half the globe's solid waste Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 6048
Wildfire in northwest Nebraska grows into SD Written by MARGERY A. BECK, Associated Press 5496
Silver Valley cleanup plan to cost $635 million Written by NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press 5703
SD criticizes proposed charge for Mo. River water Written by CHET BROKAW, Associated Press 4374
Penobscots sue Maine over river jurisdiction Written by CLARKE CANFIELD, Associated Press 4833
Judge clears way for northeast Texas pipeline Written by Associated Press 5064
Court: Arizona dam not subject to yearly reviews Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 4154
Groups urge court not to make lawyer pay Snowbowl Written by Associated Press 4119
EPA Oks rules to reduce Nevada coal plant haze Written by Associated Press 4747
Goshutes blast BLM study on Vegas water pipeline Written by Associated Press 4679
Leaders say climate is changing Native way of life Written by SUZANNE GAMBOA, Associated Press 4781
Many Native Americans live next to power plants Written by CRISTINA SILVA, Associated Press 5196
Fire near Cheyenne reservation grows to 100K acres Written by Associated Press 5498
Tribal council supports 2 tribes water rights Written by Associated Press 4860
Court backs fed approval of Shell drill plans Written by Associated Press 4898
Students walk to protect Native sacred places Written by DANA ATTOCKNIE, Native American Times 8542
Wyoming got EPA to delay frack finding Written by MEAD GRUVER, Associated Press 5476
Feds collect reaction to oil shale development Written by PAUL FOY, Associated Press 5596
Nevada tribe fights coal plant in pollution battle Written by CRISTINA SILVA, Associated Press 7678
DOI proposes rule to require disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing Written by DOI News Release 4064
Crow chairman signs water compact with US, Mont. Written by Associated Press 4469
Navajo community banks on proposed solar array Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 6058
Feds move closer to first tribal national park Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 5554
Tribe receives ‘Conservationist of the Year Award’ Written by Brenda Francis 4547
Tribes celebrate new treaty fishing access site Written by SHANNON DININNY, Associated Press 5489
Judge upholds block on more Mont. bison transfers Written by Associated Press 4364
Tribes aim to stop mine beneath Mont. wilderness Written by Associated Press 4332
NY Mohawk: Move toxic GM dump from tribal lands Written by MICHAEL VIRTANEN, Associated Press 5094
Tribe worries pipeline will disturb graves Written by KATIE FRETLAND, Associated Press 5075
Judge denies request to stop Mont. bison transfer Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 5537
Interior Announces Onshore Wind Energy Guidelines Written by DOI News Release 4499
Energy company halts plans for exploratory well Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4876
Yellowstone bison arrive at Fort Peck Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4780
Oklahoma water rights suit moved to federal court Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5136
Oil trucks blocked on SD Indian reservation Written by KRISTI EATON, Associated Press 5813
Oklahoma tribe developing solar panel business Written by ZEKE CAMPFIELD, Lawton Constitution 11373
Okla. Supreme Court sets April 19 water hearing Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4270
Tribes want order denying Oklahoma water rights Written by KEN MILLER, Associated Press 7764
Ariz. senator introduces tribal water rights deal Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 5368
Tribal Clean Energy Projects Awarded $6.5 Million from U.S. Energy Department Written by US DEPT OF ENERGY 5125
Appeals court upholds snowmaking plan in Arizona Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 4318
AG asks Okla. high court to decide water case Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 6348
Toxic Mine-Nevada Tribe - Enterprise: EPA says food safe off tiny sample Written by SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press 5040
Ecotrust 2012 Indigenous Leadership Award Call for Nominations Written by EcoTrust News Release 4966
Feds oppose strip mine near Utah's Bryce Canyon Written by PAUL FOY, Associated Press 5578
Tribal leaders cheer Obama rejection of XL Pipeline Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News Health & Environment Editor 8950
Tribes talk with Colorado on Animas-La Plata water Written by CATHERINE TSAI, Associated Press 5306
Wis. Assembly passes contentious mining bill Written by TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 5089
Maine Indian tribe aims to build wind project Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5138
Oklahoma tribal leaders sound off on water rights Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 5698
Updated: Groups sue over Navy sonar use, effect on whales Written by GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press 4244
Wis. committee approves mining bill Written by ODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 4620
Wild bison advocates oppose FWP's bison management harvest Written by Buffalo Field Campaign
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DNR in spotlight over sand mine near Starved Rock Written by TAMMY WEBBER, Associated Press 4872
Ultra-harsh Alaska winter prompts fuel shortages Written by RACHEL D’ORO, Associated Press 4415
Judge urges progress on Everglades pollution fixes Written by CURT ANDERSON, AP Legal Affairs Writer 4410
Colville tribe to manage wolves on reservationColville tribe to manage wolves on reservation Written by K.C. MEHAFFEY, The Wenatchee World 4577
Water rights battle likely a long one Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 6457
Bison relocation plan challenged in Mont. court Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4166
Bison relocation plan challenged in Mont. court Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4484
Tribes turn out to oppose Wis. mining bill Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4395
Federal court hears case on Arizona ski resort Written by TERRY COLLINS, Associated Press 4672
US to limit mining near Grand Canyon Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 4215
WA cities, tribes gain water rights Written by Associated Press 4073
Report: $1.4 billion needed for ND flood recovery Written by Associated Press 3502
Hopis lose lawsuit over effluent for snowmaking Written by Associated Press 5501
Colo., SD eyed for Yellowstone bison Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 6915
Okla. water board OKs counsel to start water suits Written by SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press 8212
FWP approves bison relocation to reservations Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 8426
Potawatomi tribe proposes biogas energy project Written by Associated Press 4653
Gov says bison can go to reservations Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 3726
ND tribe bans hydraulic fracturing on reservation Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 7435
Tribal leaders urge Obama to reject huge pipeline Written by Associated Press 3485
Schweitzer: No bison shipments within Montana Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 5987
FWP recommends moving bison to reservations Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 3356
Buyouts in Tar Creek Superfund area winding down Written by Associated Press 4822
Judge OKs state permit for Kennecott nickel mine Written by JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer 5205
Green Gifts: Tips for the holidays from EarthTalk, The Environmental Magazine Written by EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine 4675
Montana's 3-month bison season under way Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4349
Shakopee Mdewakanton Donation Helps Produce 'Who’s Gonna Save You,' 
a Call to Protect Mother Earth Written by TESSA LEHTO, SMSC 4862
USDA awards grant to build wind turbines in SD Written by Associated Press 4945
Progress made toward cleaning up uranium mine Written by NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press 4723
Tribe members want more review of planned refinery Written by Associated Press 3999
Yellowstone Bison relocation delayed Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4792
Colvilles worry that wolves will hurt hunting Written by NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press 5457
Navajo leader weighs in on NM emissions debate Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 4135
Judge wants quick resolution to tribal water suit Written by TIM TALLEY, Associated Press 3576
Study shows Navajo Nation sand dunes on the move Written by Associated Press 4589
Montana, Park County discussing bison settlement Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 5115
Protesters ride in SD against proposed pipeline Written by Associated Press 4857
Hearing set on Osage request to stop wind farm Written by Associated Press 4603
Interior proposal limits mining near Grand Canyon Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3485
House votes to boost huge Arizona copper mine Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 4316
Future of Mont. bison migrations headed to trial Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 4211
Wis. Republicans push forward with own mining bill Written by TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 3841
Tribal religion at center of NV gold mine fight Written by SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press 3982
Louisiana residents travel to say spill troubles remain Written by Associated Press 4812
Hecla pays $77M to federal government Written by NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press 5262
Hopis sue over alleged groundwater contamination Written by Associated Press 4744
Sierra Club: Mine threatens northern Wisconsin Written by Associated Press 3936
Las Vegas water plan gets tribal opposition Written by Associated Press 4934
Wis. mine plans pit jobs against environment Written by TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 4026
Montana starts public hearings on bison relocation Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 4263
Tribe battles BLM over Nev. gold mine in US court Written by SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press 4350
Park, tribe to receive EPA conservation grants Written by JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer 4323
EPA announces plan to clean up largest abandoned uranium mine on the Navajo Nation Written by Margot Perez-Sullivan, EPA Release 5920
Feds, tribes invite public to lake climate exhibit Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT 4223
Indians get a new road, new ‘islands’ Written by CAIN BURDEAU, Associated Press 6492
Wis. tribe ramps up opposition to mine plan Written by TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press 5676
Okla. lawmakers discuss state's water future Written by SEAN MURPHY, Associated Press 4670
Wild-fish groups to sue over Elwha River hatchery Written by Associated Press 4639
Ceremony marks start of Elwha Dam removal project Written by TED WARREN, Associated Press 4964
Colorado, tribe consider appeal of water ruling Written by Associated Press 4436
Observations of Climate Change from Indigenous Alaskans Written by USGS Release 4867
Woman helps prompt uranium mine cleanup Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6151
Council of Canadians and Rights Action demand shutdown of Goldcorp’s Marlin Mine Written by Council of Canadians 5540
Court agrees to dismiss Okla. water rights cases 
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Actors Margot Kidder and Tantoo Cardinal among 60 Arrested White House Pipeline Protest Written by Tar Sands Action 5356
Critics: Elwha hatchery will hurt salmon recovery Written by Associated Press 7184
Red Lake Nation plans to reforest 50,000 acres Written by Associated Press 6284
Cut Bank oil spill cleanup finished after 6 weeks Written by Associated Press 5764
Tribes sue over water rights to lake Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native Times Correspondent 9881
Wayward whale delighted observers before her death Written by JEFF BARNARD and JASON DEAREN, Associated Press 7620
Mohawk man charged after standoff at ex-GM site Written by Associated Press 6486
Salazar: Administration interested in AK drilling Written by BECKY BOHRER, Associated Press 6549
Cleanup of reservation oil spill half done Written by Associated Press 5651
ND tribe gets tough on improper oil waste disposal Written by Associated Press 6456
Orange goo baffles remote Alaska village in US Written by MARK THIESSEN, Associated Press 4348
Hoeven: Proposed tribal refinery gets key permit Written by Associated Press 5759
EPA announces deal for uranium contamination probe Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 5810
NW tribes drive effort to save primitive fish Written by JEFF BARNARD, Associated Press 5302
Maine Indians say wind projects threaten old rites Written by Associated Press 6924
Oil spill brings calls for scrutiny of small lines Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 5494
ND tribe holding 2-day energy conference Written by Associated Press 5543
Tulalip Tribes practice selective logging Written by NOAH HAGLUND, The Daily Herald 6391
Federal agency withdraws plan for power line route Written by Associated Press 5400
California exempts tribes from fishing restriction Written by SUDHIN THANAWALA, Associated Press 6827
EPA Launches Tribal EcoAmbassador Program

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EPA Launches Tribal EcoAmbassador Program

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Lower Elwha Tribe, Clallam PUD and BPA partner to reduce energy costs and help the environment Written by Brenda Francis, Communications Manager, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe 8131
Ban on mining claims near Grand Canyon extended Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6062
Oklahoma tribe unveils solar energy project Written by MURRAY EVANS, Associated Press 10510
San Diego County is sued to stop proposed landfill Written by Associated Press 5964
Delaware tribe unveils solar energy project Written by MURRAY EVANS, Associated Press 4801
Osage tribe opposing proposed NE Oklahoma wind farms Written by MURRAY EVANS, Associated Press 8294
Mining co. to pay $263M to settle superfund suit Written by NICHOLAS K. GERANIOS, Associated Press 6206
Are wild horses native to US? BLM view challenged Written by SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press 16503
EPA Announces Brownfields Investments in Three Tribal Communities Written by EPA Release 5222
EPA Establishes National Tribal Toxics Committee Written by EPA Release 5809
Hearing weighs environmental concerns, tribal jobs, water rights Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6806
Stench from waste facility overwhelms Calif. town Written by GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press 5542
Landowners challenge renewable energy projects Written by STEPHEN DOCKERY, Associated Press 6152
3 rare white bison calves born in Ore. Written by Associated Press 6894
Changes for bison weighed, but court order looms Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 6022
SD panel cuts oil wells allowed near Bear Butte Written by Associated Press 5686
EPA release tribal consultation policy Written by LARRY JACKSON, EPA 5729
Havasupai Tribe develops water quality standards Written by Associated Press 7201
Yakama Nation releases its first hatchery sturgeon Written by SHANNON DININNY, Associated Press 7281
Plans for expanded Nevada landfill move forward Written by Associated Press 6950
Reno-Sparks Indian Colony gets new solar power Written by Associated Press 6972
Firm wants pipeline across historic Utah ranch Written by JOSH LOFTIN, Associated Press 6480
Court finds California salmon protections wanting Written by JEFF BARNARD, AP Environmental Writer 6844
Coal lease sale would open 133M tons to mining Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 8215
BLM to hold fracking forum in Bismarck Written by JAMES MacPHERSON, Associated Press 7318
SD panel reviews Bear Butte oil field Written by Associated Press 5744
It’s Always Earth Day at E – The Environmental Magazine Written by E 5044
Chemical Reform Urgent for People of Color and Low Income Communities Written by Stephenie Hendricks 9426
Chippewa tribal leader warns lawmakers on mining plans Written by JASON SMATHERS, Associated Press 8037
Agreement to let Yellowstone bison roam in Montana Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 6119
Indian tribes prepare way for buffalo's return Written by MATT VOLZ, Associated Press 10439
Tribal hatchery set to release first sturgeon Written by PHIL FEROLITO, Yakima Herald-Republic 8024
Ted Turner's bison help save historic Texas herd Written by BETSY BLANEY, Associated Press 9081
Kitsap beach collects Puget Sound flotsam Written by CHRISTOPHER DUNAGAN, Kitsap Sun 7395
New SD school project promotes wind energy Written by RANDY DOCKENDORF, Yankton Press and Dakotan 9090
Navajo lease deal on NM power plant criticized Written by The Daily Times 7971
Alaska tribe takes coal mine concerns to UN Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6698
Film looks at energy-saving efforts in Angoon Written by RICHARD RADFORD, Capital City Weekly 5532
Tribes lead fight against fishing restrictions Written by SUDHIN THANAWALA, Associated Press Writer 5974
Legislature bills restricting bison move forward Written by STEPHEN DOCKERY 5014
Navajo Nation objects to Flagstaff drilling plan Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 8429
Judge: Yellowstone bison slaughter can proceed Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press Writer 7111
Navajo lawmakers OK lease extension for NM plant Written by FELICIA FONSECA
, Associated Press Writer 5429
Stranger than fiction: Deep underground laboratory seeks Native American collaboration Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 10141
EPA says new plan would cut smog and save jobs Written by TIM KORTE, Associated Press Writer 6720
Feds fast-track mid-Atlantic offshore wind energy Written by BROCK VERGAKIS, Associated Press 7218
Interior asks Mont. judge to allow bison slaughter Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press 7997
Melting glaciers may affect Wyoming recreation Written by CHRISTINE PETERSON , Casper Star-Tribune 8082
Conservationists Seek Emergency Injunction To Prevent Slaughter of Yellowstone Bison Written by BUFFALO FIELD CAMPAIGN 7419
Parent of SE Kan. plant settles pollution case Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6562
300 Yellowstone bison captured, face slaughter Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press Writer 7311
Food processor to pay penalty for illegal waste water discharges Written by U.S. Department of Justice 5795
After more than 100 years, Black Hills gold still causing problems for Lakota Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 10667
Tribes to protect, restore 6 miles of river Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6251
Judge rules against plaintiffs in Snowbowl suit Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6622
Salazar vows to speed offshore wind energy Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 7138
Salazar vows to speed offshore wind energy Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press 4539
Sacred Lake-Protections - NM agencies to help protect sacred lake Written by SUSAN MONYOYA BRYAN, Associated Press Writer 6229
Hawaii beach garbage recycled as vacuum cleaner Written by AUDREY McAVOY, Associated Press Writer 7088
Clinton remarks on Canadian pipeline stir debate Written by MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press Writer 5477
Govt puts $773M to cleaning up old GM sites Written by KEN THOMAS, Associated Press Writer 4508
Idaho won't manage wolves under Endangered Species Written by JOHN MILLER, Associated Press Writer 6442
Navajo lawmakers to take up water rights pact Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5895
EPA awards grants to Oklahoma, New Mexico tribes Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6297
Wind farms growing along Columbia River Gorge Written by KATHIE DURBIN, The Columbian 8633
5 tribes get NOAA money for imperiled species Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5576
5 Oklahoma tribes receive EPA monetary awards Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6316
Utah urges feds to kill tribe's nuclear dump Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6238
Officials, tribal leaders discuss Deepwater Horizon response Written by Margo Schwadron, National Parks Service Archeologist 8423
Trees felled in preparation for Elwha dam removal Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6558
Hopi Tribal Council disapproves drilling project Written by FELICIA FONSECA
, Associated Press Writer 7372
EPA to spend $2.5M cleaning uranium on Navajo, Hopi reservations Written by Alysa Landry, The Daily Times Staff 8814
Agreements to address uranium waste on tribal land Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5747
Tribe: Wind farm no threat to Ohio burial mound Written by LISA CORNWELL, Associated Press Writer 7573
Renewable Energy Feasibility Study Funding Available Through USDA Written by ERNIE WATSON, Public Information Coordinator, USDA 7787
Spirit of cooperation among Ariz. tribes high Written by FELICIA FONSECA
, Associated Press Writer 5248
Tribe wants to join Asian carp lawsuit Written by JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer 7254
Flagstaff council delays vote on snowmaking source Written by FELICIA FONSECA
, Associated Press Writer 6247
Activists seek ban on mountaintop removal mining Written by FREDERIC J. FROMMER, Associated Press Writer 7415
Animal rights group wants western NC park closed Written by TOM BREEN, Associated Press Writer 5774
Mont. tribe: Coal-to-liquids needs support in DC Written by MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press Writer 6191
Honolulu's long-standing trash woes growing worse Written by HERBERT A. SAMPLE, Associated Press Writer 5498
Sustainable community proposed for Port Angeles Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 7487
Tribe, others can weigh permits for Edgemont mine Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 4837
Mud plugs Gulf well; officials say most oil gone Written by HARRY R. WEBER and GREG BLUESTEIN, Associated Press Writers 5683
Salazar to revisit nuke storage plan in Utah Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5805
North Coast tribe biologists launch condor study Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5649
Duke drops energy station plan near Cherokee site Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6545
How to 'green' your office Written by Earthtalk - E – The Environmental Magazine 5361
Ecuador's oil-waste victims share solidarity Written by NAOMI KING, The Courier 4962
Earth Talk: Recycling plastic stuff Written by E - The Environmental Magazine 5205
Former Maine defense site eyed for wind Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6030
Court orders more study of US mine exploration Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 6530
NCAI committee sets mid-year conference for Rapid City Written by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News 7813
Rio Tinto gets OK to start US mine construction Written by JOHN FLESHER
, Associated Press Writer 4107
Court: Planned NM uranium mine not on Navajo land Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 6482
Alaskans head to Gulf to help with oil spill Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5347
SD tribal leader urges meeting on Gulf oil spill Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5366
Environmental, activist event June 18-19 in Marland, Okla. Written by Dwain Camp 7023
Cemetery offers 'green' burials Written by NANCY BARTLEY, 
The Seattle Times 7796
Superfund Job Training Initiative Provides Opportunities for Citizens Living Near the Tar Creek Site Written by David Bary, EPA 6156
Vigil at Michigan mine site ends with 2 arrests Written by JOHN FLESHER, 
Associated Press Writer 6595
Fuel spill from grounded Washington boat Written by Associated Press 5072
Water group seeks more input on snowmaking source Written by FELICIA FONSECA, 
Associated Press Writer 4791
Drilling critics warn of spill in Arctic Ocean Written by DAN JOLING, 
Associated Press Writer 5447
Spill reinforces oil bad will for American Indians Written by CAIN BURDEAU, 
Associated Press Writer 6537
Chickasaws open CNG station Written by Sharmina Manandhar, Chickasaw Nation Media Relations 28884
Salazar Launches Safety and Environmental Protection Reforms to Toughen Oversight of Offshore Oil an Written by U.S. Department of Interior 5278
Sting voices opposition to Amazon dam in Brazil Written by IAN JAMES
, Associated Press Writer 5264
Boeing agrees to restore Duwamish River habitat Written by Associated Press 5360
Protests set after Mich. mine opponent arrested Written by Associated Press 5751
Gov’t OKs 1st US offshore wind farm Written by JAY LINDSAY, 
Associated Press Writer 4183
Mass. Cape Wind gets thumbs up, thumbs down Written by JAY LINDSAY, 
Associated Press Writer 5060
International summit on Indigenous environment philosophy concludes in Dallas Written by Publisher 5500
Barona Facility Awarded LEED™ Silver Certification Written by Heather Pimentel 7700
BP faces opposition to Canadian oil sands project Written by Associated Press 6834
Peru town copes with being devoured by mine Written by ANDREW WHALEN
, Associated Press Writer 6391
Ruling stalls Amazon dam, but construction likely Written by ALAN CLENDENNING
, Associated Press Writer 6676
Amazon defenders win bid to stall huge dam project Written by ALAN CLENDENNING, 
Associated Press Writer 4440
'Avatar' director lauds ruling on Brazilian dam Written by ALAN CLENDENNING
, Associated Press Writer 4963
Cameron: Amazon dam dispute a real-life 'Avatar' Written by MARCO SIBAJA and BRADLEY BROOKS, 
Associated Press Writers 6059
Calif. gray whale-watchers fear dip in population Written by NOAKI SCHWARTZ, 
Associated Press Writer 5298
Alcoa, Choctaw Nation team up to distribute recycling bins Written by BUSINESS WIRE 6715
Nordic nations criticize Canada for Arctic snub Written by Associated Press 6218
Report: Tribes key in renewable energy development Written by FELICIA FONSECA, 
Associated Press Writer 21135
New report details renewable energy resources on tribal lands Written by Aileo Weinmann 9928
New talks change ski resort’s snowmaking source Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press Writer 7575
Mass. wind farm project sent to preservation panel Written by RUSSELL CONTRERAS, 
Associated Press Writer 5082
Oregon’s Klamath Basin deal helps farmers and fish Written by JEFF BARNARD
, AP Environmental Writer 7761
First of Yellowstone bison moved to Turner ranch Written by AMY BETH HANSON, 
Associated Press Writer 7076
Cherokees oppose Duke Energy work near sacred site Written by Associated Press 6169
Yellowstone bison going to Turner’s ranch Written by MATTHEW BROWN, 
Associated Press Writer 6968
Interior Secretary meets with Mass. tribes Written by Associated Press 6016
Eroding Alaska village appeals lawsuit’s dismissal Written by RACHEL D’ORO
, Associated Press Writer 6271
Scott County sues over damage to historic site Written by Associated Press 5574
Minnesota, Red Lake tribe sign new fishery pact Written by Associated Press 7208
Barrick trying to keep Nevada mine project going Written by SCOTT SONNER, 
Associated Press Writer 7075
Tribe hopes to profit from solar energy Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, 
Associated Press Writer 8261
Quapaw area mining waste headed for Kansas highways Written by SONYA COLBERG
, The Oklahoman 7793
Wind project on Navajo Nation moving forward Written by Associated Press 5759
Defenders of the Black Hills announce new board, raffle winners Written by Charmaine White Face, Spokesperson 6712
Deal signed to protect ancient art in Utah canyon Written by MIKE STARK, Associated Press 8855
Deal signed to protect ancient art in Utah canyon Written by MIKE STARK, 
Associated Press Writer 5523
Judge withdraws Black Mesa mining permit Written by BILLY PARISH, Green Media 7887
Feds side with tribes in Cape Cod wind farm case Written by ANDREW MIGA, 
Associated Press Writer 5870
Suit seeks to overturn Tongass roadless exemption Written by MARY PEMBERTON, 
Associated Press Writer 6959
Karuk Tribe blockades logging on ceremonial site Written by JEFF BARNARD
AP, Environmental Writer 6075
Karuk Tribe blockades logging on ceremonial site Written by JEFF BARNARD
AP, Environmental Writer 6748
Tribes want to add netting to reduce lake trout Written by Associated Press 5472
Climate’s lost decade now leads to a 'last’ decade Written by CHARLES J. HANLEY
, AP Special Correspondent 5402
Pueblo waits for geothermal grant money Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, 
Associated Press Writer 6127
Native Americans meet in Minn. on climate change Written by Associated Press 7750
Energy Dept. commits to tribal clean energy projects Written by US Department of Energy 6893
Canadian firm gets key OK in SD uranium mine plan Written by Associated Press 8115
Secretary Salazar keynotes Arizona’s first commercial scale wind energy development Written by DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR 9656
Environmental groups, SW tribes stand together to promote clean, renewable energy Written by ANDY BESSLER, Sierra Club, Tribal Partnerships Program 11615
Organization responds to President Shirley's chastisement of 'environmental' groups Written by BLACK MESA WATER COALITION 8553
New Orleans Hosts 13th National Brownfields Conference Written by LESLIE RAUSCHER, EPA Region 6 7512
Navajos, Hopi stand in opposition to environmental groups Written by GEORGE HARDEEN, Navajo Nation Communications 16114
Old mine recommended for Superfund priority list Written by MARY PEMBERTON, 
Associated Press Writer 6590
Lawsuit aims to stop expansion of Ariz. ski resort Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press Writer 7684
Cherokees to appeal Okla. poultry lawsuit decision Written by JUSTIN JUOZAPAVICIUS, Associated Press Writer 9479
Polluted Kan. mining town seeks federal money Written by ROXANA HEGEMAN, Associated Press Writer 7445
Navajo Gallup Solar Expo ‘09 Written by . 6759