2023 Hunting and Fishing (Treaty Rights, Subsistence) News Stories

Puyallup Tribe receives $7.5 million grant to improve fish habitats (Native News Online) 8/28/2023

Oregon tribes protest offshore wind plans (National Fisherman) 8/24/2023

Save Our Wild Salmon has been working for more than 30 years to salvage the future of salmon and steelhead populations in the Pacific Northwest (Inlander) 8/24/2023

Understanding Puget Sound salmon fisheries management (Medium) 8/18/2023

10th Circuit: Wyoming must review convictions in light of century-old Native American treaty (Courthouse News Service) 7/24/2023

Opinion: Tribal Nations Must Honor, Not Destroy, Buffalo Nation (Native News Online) 7/13/2023

Treaty rights, bison and the country’s most controversial hunt (High Country News) 7/1/2023

2 more tribes make historic co-management agreements with Oregon (Oregon Public Broadcasting) 6/20/2023

Tlingit & Haida files amicus brief in Wild Fish Conservancy lawsuit on behalf of 21 southeast Alaska tribes and ANCSA corporations (Alaska Native News) 6/19/2023

Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission expands cooperation with Tribes (Tillamook County Pioneer) 6/17/2023

California tribe teams up with state, federal agencies to protect endangered salmon (Native News Online) 5/8/2023

Who gets a say in tribal treaty hunting? (High Country News) 5/1/2023

Alaska tribal groups sue federal fisheries managers, seeking action on salmon crisis (Anchorage Daily News) 4/11/2023

Shoshone tribe being prosecuted for hunting on land belonging to them (KSL News Radio) 3/2/2023

How Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin resisted efforts to deny treaty rights (Wisconsin Watch) 2/24/2023

Klamath Tribes file notice to sue government (East Oregonian) 2/14/2023

Off-reservation hunting bill advances despite tribal objections (WyoFile) 2/14/2023

Utah argues in favor of Northwestern Band of Shoshone hunting, fishing rights lawsuit in Idaho (KSL) 2/13/2023

Post-Herrera, Wyoming seeks hunting pacts with tribes (WyoFile) 1/13/2023

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