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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today $18 million in grant funding for tribally-led clean energy projects.

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Tribal partners working with the US Forest Service have a chance to bolster their capacity for wildfire fighting and prevention projects thanks to a $500 million investment announced by the USDA during a Tuesday press call.  

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In a historic decision, a federal court has ordered the removal of a segment of Washington’s Electron Dam from the Puyallup River, marking a win for environmental preservation and the protection of endangered species. The ruling signifies a crucial step toward restoring natural water flow along the river for the first time in nearly a century. 

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The Departments of the Interior and Agriculture wants to improve Alaska Native representation on the federal board that manages subsistence use on the state’s lands and waters, according to a proposal the department announced on Feb. 15.

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Two floating offshore wind areas off the coast of Oregon have been finalized by the U.S. Department of Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), despite objections from area tribes. 
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Representatives of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and Canadian pipeline company Enbridge Inc. gave their oral arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago on the case appealing the shutdown of Enbridge’s controversial Line 5 pipeline. 

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The Department of Agriculture Forest Service will distribute $20 million in grant funding to help tribes access private markets for forest resilience and climate mitigation that have emerged in the wake of climate change. 

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Giizhik trees, sacred beings in Anishinaabe culture, will soon be protected from overharvesting by Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians’ tribal code.

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The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council recently passed a resolution to support the proposed mineral withdrawal, which will ban mining around the Pactola Reservoir in the Black Hills, preserving the land and drinking water. 

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Wilderness Foundation Global recently announced the 12th World Wilderness Congress, an event that brings Indigenous leadership, artists, scientists, land managers, and government officials together from around the world.