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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — Alaska state biologists have issued an emergency order closing the wolf hunting and trapping season on state land along the Stampede Trail. The Department of Fish and Game said Friday that "preliminary data indicate up to eight wolves have been killed this year in the area ...

She joined the Native American Rights Fund in 1994 and argued Alaska v. Native Village of ... “The Katie John litigation, more than any other subsistence case exemplifies the contentious battle waged between federal, tribal and state interests over jurisdiction of Alaska Native subsistence fishing rights …
Notably, he would have seen firsthand that hunting and fishing access has not changed, and that these activities are still managed by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. And had he spent time with local residents, he would have heard that ranchers continue to graze their livestock and use the ...
Eagle parts and feathers are used in cultural and religious ceremonies in many Alaska Native and Native American cultures, and though hunting eagles is illegal, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service established the National Eagle Repository to provide access to the religious items and protect eagle ...
Although there are 6.6 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives in the country, Roybal Caballero is one of only a few dozen Indigenous state lawmakers. That's a ... In 2016, Peggy Flanagan became the first Native American woman to address the Democratic National Convention. This year, she is ...
Undated photo provided by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows fake Native American styled-jewelry seized by federal officials during a 2015 ... “Today's guilty plea is a victory for Native Americans and the protection of their cultural heritage,” acting U.S. Attorney James D. Tierney said at the time.
The business and its owner, he said in an email, "have supported Native American artisans for decades, maintain good relationships with them and provide the most important outlet in the area for Native Americans to sell their work. Al Zuni and Khalaf deny that they have ever attempted to pass off or have ...
When Dream Dance Steak, the high-end restaurant inside Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, hosts its annual Native American Heritage Dinner in November, the ... Other than that, the familiar corn, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, squash, herbs, honey, grasses, fish and wild game are right at home on Native menus.
... the location, saying that the mine could cause “unacceptable risk” to the environment. The Pebble Mine would be located near Bristol Bay in Alaska, home to the world's largest source of sockeye salmon. Native American tribes, Alaskan government officials, fisheries and others fiercely oppose the project.
Most of our procession is made up of persons of Native American descent, the rest from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, different ethnic groups and various religious ... A recent CDC report found over 12 percent of deaths among Native Americans and Alaska Natives were tied to alcohol abuse.


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