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The Elk Valley Rancheria was awarded $3,440,838 last month from the U.S Federal Highway Administration National Scenic Byways Program.

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Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland took action last week to protect the cultural and historic resources in the Chaco Culture Historical Park from encroaching new oil and gas leasing and mining. 

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In a letter on Tuesday, May 30, Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs urged President Biden to use the Antiquities Act to designate the tribally proposed Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument. 

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Aja DeCoteau (Yakama Nation) will become the first Native American to serve on the National Park System Advisory Board, the Department of Interior announced last week.  

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Tribal leaders, elected officials and community members met with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland (Laguna Pueblo) on Saturday in northern Arizona to talk about conservation efforts on the historic Grand Canyon watershed.

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SAN FRANSISCO— The federal government has temporarily halted plans to construct a copper mine on sacred Indigenous land in Arizona known as Oak Flat, citing an error in oral arguments made at a March hearing.

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WASHINGTON — After decades of advocacy by tribal nations, states and conservation groups, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is updating requirements for one of the largest sources of mercury pollution.

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A California Tribe is officially teaming up with the state and a federal agency to restore endangered salmon populations in the state’s northern region.
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WADENA, Minn.—On Thursday, Wadena County dismissed all charges against activist Winona LaDuke for her role in protests against Enbridge’s Line 3 Expansion Oil Pipeline Project in Minnesota. 

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WASHINGTON— Tribal and congressional leaders joined the San Carlos Apache Tribe on Wednesday, April 26, in a prayer ceremony and press conference denouncing Arizona’s Resolution Copper Mine project.