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Terri Hansen
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Environment and science journalist
Environment and science journalist

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The March for Science is tomorrow. Native American scientists are marching, too. “As original peoples, we have long memories, centuries-old wisdom and deep knowledge of this land and the importance of empirical, scientific inquiry as fundamental to the well-being of people and planet."

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The Pacific Fisheries Management Council has allocated the Yurok Tribe about 650 Chinook salmon for 2017, or one divvied between 10 members of California's largest tribe. 

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The Student-Built Website That Keeps Government Climate Data Safe

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A small but steady stream of water protectors are traveling to western Texas to join escalating efforts to stop Energy Transfer Partners’ (ETP) Trans-Pecos Pipeline.

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Trump's plan to cut $513 million from state and tribal assistance grants has tribes very worried.

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Mark Trahant / Trahant Reports Last year I expected a record number of Native Americans to get elected to offices across the country. There were just so many really superb candidates running for Congress, state legislatures, and statewide offices. At one…

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No surprise, of course, but a government acknowledgement and plan to address the threat stands out as an impressive step.

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“Looking for hope? Here’s where to find it. An inspiring account of the grassroots leaders throughout the United States who are confronting racism, the climate crisis, and poverty.” — Van Jones

Today marks the official publishing launch of YES! co-founder +Sarah van Gelder's new book, The Revolution Where You Live [+Berrett-Koehler Publishers].

With the election of #DonaldTrump, we know that local resistance and renewal are more vital than ever. The Revolution Where You Live offers an inspiring look into the grassroots movement-building and innovation that is already taking place across the country, outside of the general media view.

The book traces Sarah's 12,000 mile solo road trip across the U.S. in her tiny truck camper -- through rust belt cities, Native reservations, Appalachia, and the south. Camping along the way, taking time to meet with youth, elders, teachers, artists, activists and other local leaders, Sarah's "slow journalism" reporting journey shows us communities on the rise.

If you didn't order The #RevolutionWhereYouLive during our pre-publication sale, you can still get a special YES! discount at: https://store.yesmagazine.org/…/the-revolution-where-you-l…/

Sarah's book tour and media events kick off this month. For a full schedule, see: https://revolutionwhereyoulive.org
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