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A judge will allow an oil and gas pipeline to continue to flow on a northern Wisconsin reservation while its operators work to reroute the line around the tribal land.
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In Indigenous communities that have lacked access to safe water for years, getting it is crucial. However, perceptions of the water supply affect consumption.
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The PolyMet Mining Corporation has been locked in a battle to open Minnesota’s first copper-sulfide mine for over 17 years.
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While much-needed money is being directed to aging drinking water infrastructure, stormwater and sewer systems have been neglected.
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Anishinaabe journalist Sierra Clark said harassment regarding tribal fishing is not something new in the state of Michigan.
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Wisconsin tribes contemplate future beyond gaming after pandemic shows risk of overreliance on casinos.
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National Park Service Director Chuck Sams told members of a congressional committee that part of the effort includes integrating Indigenous knowledge into management plans and recognizing that federal lands once belonged to the tribes.
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Respect for water was as much a part of Phillip Solomon’s fishing education as sawing through thick winter ice. The Anishinaabe fisherman can see how rising temperatures are changing Gitchigumi and the fish his community relies on.