Peace Walk for Environmental Justice
Ute Mountain Ute's peace walk draws attention to uranium mill's environmental and health impacts.
Native Drought Resilience
Confederate Salish & Kootenai Tribes (CSKT), Salish Kootenai College, UM's Montana Climate Office, and The Wilderness Society will work together to implement several actions contained in the 2021 CSKT Climate Resiliency Plan.
The Future of Large Landscape Conservation Begins with Indigenous Communities In the Yellowstone to Yukon region, tribes and First Nations manage more than a quarter of protected lands.
Ute Indian Tribe calls Biden's Camp Hale Declaration a Unlawful Act of Genocide The Continental Divide National Monument is in the middle of Ute Indian Tribe's traditional homelands. This was designated without tribal consultation or inclusion in the management of these lands.
Rapid City's First Indigenous-Led School Opens Oceti Sakowin Community Academy welcomes 35 kindergarten students with plans to build a new grade level each year.