Hunting and fishing remain vital to many tribes. Based in tribal sovereignty, governmental agreements also affirm tribal hunting and fishing rights. Today, demand for animals and fish often exceeds supply, putting tribal rights at risk. Frequently, that scarcity stems from ill-advised U.S. policies. So, besides legal aid, we provide technical assistance and negotiate inter-governmental agreements to restore and maintain habitats.

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Crow Tribe off-reservation hunting rights (Herrera v. Wyoming)

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