FWS Completes Status Review of Gray Wolves

The agency released a National Recovery Plan rather than changing the Endangered Species designation. The Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has determined not to make changes to the…

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DHS Releases Law Enforcement Resource Guide

The agency also recognized Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. The Department of Homeland Security released its 2024 Law Enforcement Resource Guide as part of its recognition of Law Enforcement…

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Federal Judge Orders Removal of Wind Turbines from Tribal Lands

The lawsuit was first brought against an unpermitted wind farm over a decade ago. U.S. Court of International Trade Judge Jennifer Choe-Groves has ordered the removal of all…

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DOI Invests $27 Million to Update Tribal Water Dams

 The funding is for the repair and replacement of clean water systems on Native reservations. The Department of the Interior (DOI) announced that the allocation of $27 million…

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Transportation Department Pilots Rural and Tribal Grants

Underserved communities receive $3.4 million in funding to advance transportation solutions. The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the awarding of grants for rural and tribal transportation solutions, allocating…

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EPA to Review Tire Rubber Preservative for Water Pollution Properties

Northwestern Tribal Nations claim the chemical is killing off local salmon. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that they will review the environmental impact of a tire preservation…

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Interior Department Announces Funding for Tribal Water Rights

The investment will support reliable water access for 11 tribes. The Department of the Interior (DOI) recently distributed $327 million to 11 Native American Tribes that lack consistent,…

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USDA Announces Advancement of Agricultural Carbon Markets

 The report identifies challenges and solutions to pave the way for sustainable climate action in farming and forestry. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently released a report,…

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DOI Moves Colorado River Protection Planning Forward

The department begins incorporating summary reports into future operating guidelines. The Department of the Interior has taken proposed guidelines for Colorado River water conservation into the next stages…

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First Lady Travels to Wisconsin

She spoke at an American Cancer Society Event and visited the Menominee Indian Tribe. First Lady Jill Biden traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin, on Monday to speak at…

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