Welcome to our web site! You will find thousands of Internet and published resources described and cataloged at this site. We also have a document archive and a case studies section where we address specific issues. Please e-mail us about new web sites and books.
This non-profit project has three goals:
- to educate the public on environmental problems in Native American communities;
- to explore the values and historical experiences that Native Americans bring to bear on environmental issues;
- to promote conservation measures that respect Native American land and resource rights.
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Quick subject guide:
Agriculture, Horticulture, Ranching /
Commercial links /
Cultural and Historical Issues /
Development and Energy /
Education Resources /
Environmentalists and Social Justice /
General links /
Hunting and Trapping, Wildlife /
Land and Treaty Rights /
Legal Resources /
Management and Conservation /
Parks, Protected Areas, Ecotourism /
Professional Societies /
Sacred Lands and Graves /
Toxic and Nuclear Waste, Mining /
Traditional Environmental Knowledge (and the ethnosciences) /
Water Rights and Dams
Other awards: Five star review from the Society of Environmental Journalists (8/4/00).
Cited in: The Research Paper and the World Wide Web by Dawn Rodrigues (Prentice Hall, 1999); Native American Internet Guide, 1st ed. by Martha and John Crow (Todd Publications, 1998); Environmental Guide to the Internet, 2nd ed. by Carol Briggs-Erickson and Toni Murphy (Government Institutes, 1996), p. 155; Christian Science Monitor (May 25, 1999).