By Good News Network Thursday, January 02, 2014
Native peoples' efforts to reintroduce fading species and restore habitats has unified environmentalists across regions -- the Indigenous and non-indigenous alike.
Among the 2013 environmental victories, several species have bounced back, including a record return of Chinook salmon to the Columbia River. A healthy wolf population flourished in Yellowstone National Park, strengthening the wildlife web around it. And, tribes were instrumental in pulling the Black-Footed Ferrets back from the brink.
Here are some of the more notable wins, and the tribes involved in making them happen.
(READ the list at Indian Country Today)
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