An inspiring collaboration on the Pacific Coast blew fishery conservation goals out of the water.
A bill to help tribes address the impacts of climate change is up for its first hearing in the 116th Congress.
The Makah Nation is the only tribe with a treaty-guaranteed right to hunt whales but hasn't been able to exercise those rights in 20 years.
The Hoopa Valley Tribe and the Yurok Tribe have seen back-to-back years of fish kills and this year's runs are shaping up to be some of the worst on record.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is investigating what is being called an 'unusual mortality event' in Alaska.
The tribe secured the right to hunt in the 1855 Treaty of Neah Bay but the federal courts have ruled that the hunt must comply with federal law.
An opponent was so moved by the testimony of tribal members that he changed his position on the hunt.
The 1855 Treaty of Neah Bay secures the tribe's right to hunt but environmental groups have slowed the process through litigation.
The tribe's last successful gray whale hunt occurred in May 1999.
The Smith River Rancheria of California and other tribes on the West Coast are injecting traditional knowledge into the federal government's ocean planning efforts.