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• • Feds award contract for major Navajo water project (Washington Times) 4/1/14

• • Tester and Moran introduce bill supporting restoration of tribal homelands (US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs) 4/1/14

• • Landmark subsistence decision stands (Alaska Public Media) 3/31/14

• • Protecting tribal heritage in public lands (Indian Country Today) 3/26/14

• • House subcommittee to hold hearing on land-buy-back program (Indianz.com) 3/24/14

• • Three states meet over water issues (Southwest Farm Press) 3/24/14

• • Navajo family fighting to stay on monument land (Toledo Blade) 3/21/14

• • $10m in purchase offers sent to 16,000 landowners with fractioned interests at Pine Ridge (Indian Country Today) 3/20/14

• • Tribes, eager to restore fish runs, get close look at Grand Coulee Dam (Yakima Herald) 3/20/14

• • Tribes talk salmon, dams as Columbia River Treaty renewal looms (The Daily News) 3/19/14

• • Flathead water compact talks might reopen (Flathead News Group) 3/19/14

• • Elver licenses supported by Maine legislature (Maine Public Broadcasting Network) 3/18/14

• • DOI announces $100 million in land offers on Pine Ridge reservation (Indianz) 3/18/14

• • Tipton water rights bill passes (Pueblo Chieftain) 3/15/14

• • Interior issues tribal land-into trust legal opinion (Indian Country Today) 3/14/14

• • Flathead tribes sue over reservation water rights (NBC Montana) 3/13/14

• • White House cites threat to tribes in opposing water rights bill (Indianz.com) 3/13/14

• • Historic truce in century-long water war balances needs of Klamath tribes, farmers (Indian Country Today) 3/6/12

• • Historic truce in century-long water war balances needs of Klamath tribes, farmers (Indian Country Today) 3/6/14

• • Wind River Indian Reservation's borders are disputed (NPR) 3/5/14

• • Flathead tribes to pay $18.3 million for Kerr Dam (Miami Herald) 3/5/14

• • Feds release $9 million for cleanup of abandoned coal mines on tribal lands (Indian Country Today) 2/25/14

• • Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation join water coalition (Indian Country Today) 2/23/14

• • Giant Nevada water transfer for Las Vegas under fire (Alternet) 2/19/14

• • Amid toxic waste, a Navajo village could lose its land (New York Times) 2/14/14

• • Kickapoo Tribe will seek federal help on reservoir (Washington Times) 2/4/14

• • Aquifer at Risk: Judge, lawyers work out water lawsuit timetable (My Desert) 2/3/14

• • Fort Sill Apache tribe supports establishment of national monument (Indian Country Today) 1/28/14

• • Interior Board of Appeals decision favorable for United Keetoowah Band (Grand Lake News) 1/21/14

• • Compass: House Bill 77 is an insult to Alaska Natives (Anchorage Daily News) 1/16/14

• • Oglala Sioux tribe to hold meetings on proposed national park (Indian Country Today) 1/18/14

• • To finance a community farming project, Michigan tribe taps Indian Land Capital Company (Indian Country Today) 1/16/14

• • Industry has been poisoning W.Va. water for decades, natives say (Indian Country Today) 1/15/14

• • 17-mile road promises safer travels through Wind River Indian Reservation (Indian Country Today) 1/15/14

• • Klamath farmers facing tough water year (SF Gate) 1/15/14

• • Government owes 30,000 Indians royalties for land but can't find them (New York Times) 1/9/14

• • Tax dispute prompts Agua Caliente lawsuit (The Press-Enterprise) 1/6/14

 

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