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Hilary, the first tropical storm to hit Southern California in more than 80 years, headed to Indian Country, affecting as many as 60 different tribal nations across California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah.  

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In late March, at least 27 tornadoes hit Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama in the southern U.S., resulting in numerous casualties and injuries.

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Laurie Harper, director of education for the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School, a K-12 tribal school on the Leech Lake Band Indian Reservation in north-central Minnesota, never thought that a class of chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, would be an issue for her community.

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TUSAYAN, Ariz. — Today, President Joseph Biden established the Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni-Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument, making it the second Indigenous-led effort that resulted in the dedication of lands to a national monument.
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OAK FLAT, Arizona — On a high plateau in the Tonto National Forest, Wendsler Nosie of the San Carlos Apache tribe lives in a small silver-colored trailer surrounded by tents, picnic tables. and towering oak trees.

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Just south of Lake Phalen in Saint Paul is a grassy area where people picnic and walk their dogs.

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As temperatures hover above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland (Laguna Pueblo) is expected to travel to Riverside, California this week to highlight how federal dollars are expanding access to clean drinking water and protecting communities from the impacts of the climate crisis, including extreme weather.

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The Department of Interior is investing $120 million in tribal communities to mitigate the effects of climate change, they announced on July 19.

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Recently, in a unanimous vote, a dedicated seat was created specifically for a member of a federally recognized tribe in Alaska or a shareholder of an Alaska Native Corporation on the board of directors for the Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA).

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Flagstaff, Ariz.—As tribal leaders continue their efforts to protect a million acres adjacent to the Grand Canyon from mining interests, government officials and non-Native farmers say their proposed new monument–or area of protected, memorialized land–would harm the local economy.