The Wei Wai Kum Nation uses Indigenous practices of eco-cultural restoration.
The Guardian Watchmen, a group of Wei Wai Kum First Nations citizens, use traditional methods to protect Vancouver Island's fragile ecosystems.
Despite controversy, the 50-foot cedar poles could be reinstalled before Seattle's Victor Steinbrueck Park reopens this fall.
One proposal involves replacing the waterscape — dinosaur sculptures and all — with a meadow of native plants. But will the Seattle Landmarks Board sign off?
'We've been here since time immemorial, and we're making a statement that we're going to continue to be here.'
The group envisions the 1.5-acre green space as a powerful way for Indigenous people to reconnect with community, art and nature in Seattle.
The National Congress of American Indians president and Quinault citizen spoke about environmental stewardship at the World Economic Forum.
Unanimously approved by the MMIWP Task Force, HB 1177 would launch a permanent and fully funded statewide unit.
Joey Clift's animated 'Gone Native' videos advance Indigenous representation and education.
Plaintiffs claim the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act are racially discriminatory – against non-Indigenous people.
First drawn to the sport for health benefits, athlete Rosalie Fish hit her stride advocating for missing and murdered Indigenous women and two-spirit people.
After 150 years of broken treaties and declining salmon populations, Randy Settler worries there won't be enough fish for future Indigenous generations.
Six months in, 22 of 31 missing persons have been found. But critical relationships between police and tribal governments show room for improvement.
The Indian Child Welfare Act aims to keep Native children in Indigenous homes. But a SCOTUS ruling could render it moot — and set a consequential precedent.
Members of the nation in northwest WA now have more control over how culturally important foods — like locally caught salmon — are distributed.
Due to chemical pollution, the treaty-protected fish in the Columbia River Basin pose health risks for Indigenous tribes.