The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues released a draft report recommending that Canada and the United States decommission the Line 5 pipeline because of its impact on the region’s Indigenous communities.
The State of Alaska filed a lawsuit against a federal agency for granting a life-saving emergency subsistence hunt to the Organized Village of Kake during a time of global food chain supply issues and intense food scarcity...
Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a “Recommended Determination” detailing potential Clean Water Act protections for Bristol Bay that could address the threat...
Stand Strong with the Bay Mills Indian Community to Protect Treaty Rights and the Straits of Mackinac
Enbridge Energy wants to build a tunnel under the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac, a place the Bay Mills Indian Community and other Anishinaabe peoples consider sacred.
The Neets’ąįį Gwich’in and their work to protect the Arctic Refuge Caribou photo courtesy of Florian Schulz. In 2017, the Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
A statement from our client, the Bering Sea Elders Group, and their Western and Interior Alaska partners (January 27, 2022). In the face of devastating multi-species,
A New Model for Tribal Co-Management and Indigenous-Led Research and Economic Development in the Pribilof Islands Marine Ecosystem
NARF client, Aleut Community of St. Paul Island (ACSPI) is announcing today the Pribilof Islands Marine Ecosystem (PRIME) Initiative, a designated, co-managed marine
Princess at 2018 Crow Fair The Crow Tribe secured recognition of its hunting territory in the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851 and secured the right of its members to hunt within
This week NARF’s client, the Bering Sea Elders Group (BSEG), joined other Alaska Native governments and organizations in supporting the Fisheries for the Future