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With virtual fencing, ranchers can herd cows from a computer
September 14, 2022
Using GPS collars and solar-powered towers, Washington's first virtual fence keeps cattle penned but lets other wildlife wander free.
With virtual fencing, ranchers can herd cows from a computer
September 14, 2022
Using GPS collars and solar-powered towers, Washington's first virtual fence keeps cattle penned but lets other wildlife wander free.
Hawaii to close its only coal power plant in a step toward renewable energy
September 12, 2022
Lawmakers approved legislation in 2020 banning coal for electricity production by the end of this year.
Hawaii to close its only coal power plant in a step toward renewable energy
September 12, 2022
Lawmakers approved legislation in 2020 banning coal for electricity production by the end of this year.
The students staging a sit-in for LGBTQ+ rights at a Christian University
August 27, 2022
At Seattle Pacific University, students have spent weeks fighting anti-gay policies common among Christian schools.
The students staging a sit-in for LGBTQ+ rights at a Christian University
August 27, 2022
At Seattle Pacific University, students have spent weeks fighting anti-gay policies common among Christian schools.
Nuclear waste ravaged their land. The Yakama Nation is on a quest to rescue it
August 27, 2022
A generation after it was decommissioned, tribal members are still working to clean up the Hanford nuclear site, one of the most contaminated spots in the US.
Nuclear waste ravaged their land. The Yakama Nation is on a quest to rescue it
August 27, 2022
A generation after it was decommissioned, tribal members are still working to clean up the Hanford nuclear site, one of the most contaminated spots in the US.
'People are angry’: US families feel let down by Indigenous missing unit
April 22, 2022
The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ missing and murdered unit was launched by Deb Haaland a year ago to tackle an epidemic of violence against Native people. But initial results have disappointed
'People are angry’: US families feel let down by Indigenous missing unit
April 22, 2022
The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ missing and murdered unit was launched by Deb Haaland a year ago to tackle an epidemic of violence against Native people. But initial results have disappointed
'Why not me?': the boot camp giving Indigenous women the tools to run for office
April 22, 2022
Indigenous women are underrepresented in the US Congress and other elected offices. The Native Action Network wants to change that
'Why not me?': the boot camp giving Indigenous women the tools to run for office
April 22, 2022
Indigenous women are underrepresented in the US Congress and other elected offices. The Native Action Network wants to change that
The Indigenous tribe fighting back against the addiction epidemic
March 30, 2022
The Lummi Nation, on the US west coast, has faced addiction issues for decades. Now they are utilizing a combination of culturally-based healing and western approaches
The Indigenous tribe fighting back against the addiction epidemic
March 30, 2022
The Lummi Nation, on the US west coast, has faced addiction issues for decades. Now they are utilizing a combination of culturally-based healing and western approaches
'This alert is her scream’: new system would help locate missing Indigenous women
January 18, 2022
The 14-year-old had just learned some of the troubling details of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and was concerned that her mother, who is Alaska Native and tended to travel alone, might one day not make it home
'This alert is her scream’: new system would help locate missing Indigenous women
January 18, 2022
The 14-year-old had just learned some of the troubling details of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and was concerned that her mother, who is Alaska Native and tended to travel alone, might one day not make it home
Original caretakers: Indigenous groups team up with conservationists to protect swaths of US
January 3, 2022
Environmental organizations and tribes have been coming together to protect the natural world, and a key part of this teamwork has been land transfers
Original caretakers: Indigenous groups team up with conservationists to protect swaths of US
January 3, 2022
Environmental organizations and tribes have been coming together to protect the natural world, and a key part of this teamwork has been land transfers
The crisis unfolding in America’s Christmas tree capital
December 22, 2021
Farmers in Oregon had their ‘worst summer ever’ as heat, drought and extreme weather threaten industry
The crisis unfolding in America’s Christmas tree capital
December 22, 2021
Farmers in Oregon had their ‘worst summer ever’ as heat, drought and extreme weather threaten industry
Seattle socialist Kshama Sawant keeps city council seat after recall election
December 17, 2021
The result, in her favor by 310 votes, clarifies how much of a polarizing figure she has remained in her district
Seattle socialist Kshama Sawant keeps city council seat after recall election
December 17, 2021
The result, in her favor by 310 votes, clarifies how much of a polarizing figure she has remained in her district
My Sister, 23, Was Taken Out Into the Snow and Left to Die. It Was Never Properly Investigated
December 4, 2021
Danielle Ewenin believes her big sister was driven by law enforcement to the middle of nowhere and abandoned in sub-zero conditions.
My Sister, 23, Was Taken Out Into the Snow and Left to Die. It Was Never Properly Investigated
December 4, 2021
Danielle Ewenin believes her big sister was driven by law enforcement to the middle of nowhere and abandoned in sub-zero conditions.
Famously rainy Seattle breaks its fall rain record after a summer of extreme heat
December 3, 2021
The city accumulated about 19 in of rain between September and the end of November, a stark contrast to the summer’s searing temperatures
Famously rainy Seattle breaks its fall rain record after a summer of extreme heat
December 3, 2021
The city accumulated about 19 in of rain between September and the end of November, a stark contrast to the summer’s searing temperatures
A Woman’s Quest to Solve Her Grandma’s 40-Year-Old Motel Murder
November 21, 2021
Agnes Tybo was strangled to death inside an Albuquerque motel room in 1983. Now, her granddaughter is determined to crack the horrific crime that upended the family.
A Woman’s Quest to Solve Her Grandma’s 40-Year-Old Motel Murder
November 21, 2021
Agnes Tybo was strangled to death inside an Albuquerque motel room in 1983. Now, her granddaughter is determined to crack the horrific crime that upended the family.
‘Heal the past’: first Native American confirmed to oversee national parks
November 20, 2021
Charles “Chuck” F Sams III made history this week in becoming the first-ever Native American confirmed to lead the National Park Service.
‘Heal the past’: first Native American confirmed to oversee national parks
November 20, 2021
Charles “Chuck” F Sams III made history this week in becoming the first-ever Native American confirmed to lead the National Park Service.
Makah Tribe in US hopes for rights to resume sacred tradition of gray whale hunting
November 12, 2021
The tribe could be granted a special waiver after a lengthy legal battle to try to resume the historic practice
Makah Tribe in US hopes for rights to resume sacred tradition of gray whale hunting
November 12, 2021
The tribe could be granted a special waiver after a lengthy legal battle to try to resume the historic practice
Costly tests may deter Canadians from making quick trips to the U.S.
November 8, 2021
Throughout the pandemic, Canadians have been able to travel to the United States for nonessential reasons like visiting family and friends, but there was a catch: They had to fly.
Costly tests may deter Canadians from making quick trips to the U.S.
November 8, 2021
Throughout the pandemic, Canadians have been able to travel to the United States for nonessential reasons like visiting family and friends, but there was a catch: They had to fly.
‘They just didn’t care’: families of missing Native women call out indifferent police
October 15, 2021
Monica Fast Horse texted her 26-year-old daughter on a Thursday evening in August to ask when she would be home. It wasn’t fear that drove her to it, it was simply what they always did: they checked in with each other.
‘They just didn’t care’: families of missing Native women call out indifferent police
October 15, 2021
Monica Fast Horse texted her 26-year-old daughter on a Thursday evening in August to ask when she would be home. It wasn’t fear that drove her to it, it was simply what they always did: they checked in with each other.
Indigenous tribes tried to block a car battery mine. But the courts stood in the way
October 15, 2021
Legal setbacks in efforts to block a new lithium mine in Nevada’s Thacker Pass highlight how federal courts routinely fail to protect sacred lands
Indigenous tribes tried to block a car battery mine. But the courts stood in the way
October 15, 2021
Legal setbacks in efforts to block a new lithium mine in Nevada’s Thacker Pass highlight how federal courts routinely fail to protect sacred lands
Biden restores beloved national monuments, reversing Trump cuts
October 8, 2021
Joe Biden restored environmental protections on Friday to three national monuments and their vast expanse of vital ecosystems and sacred Indigenous spaces, reversing cuts made by Donald Trump.
Biden restores beloved national monuments, reversing Trump cuts
October 8, 2021
Joe Biden restored environmental protections on Friday to three national monuments and their vast expanse of vital ecosystems and sacred Indigenous spaces, reversing cuts made by Donald Trump.

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