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By ICMN StaffAdjacent to the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, a track of verdant reservation land has been sculpted into an outdoor adventure area featuring 10.5 miles of hiking, biking and running trails. Fire Mountain Trail System on tribal land in Cherokee, North Carolina, recently opened to the public to much Situated...
By ICMN StaffThe summer solstice straddled two days, June 20 and 21, to arrive in splendid sunlit style across Turtle Island either just before or just after midnight, depending on time zone.
By ICMN StaffQuapaw members, traditionally agricultural people, are embracing a farm-to-fork lifestyle and economic development with their soon-to-open processing plant for bison and cattle meat. Today, bison, goats and about 500 head of cattle roam 1,500 acres of the tribe’s Ottawa County plains in northeastern Oklahoma. Gardens and greenhouses grow fresh and...
Smokehouses, Farmers’ Markets and More: ‘Growing Food Sovereignty’ Report Reveals ‘Seeds of Native Health’ Impact
By ICMN StaffFor the Kalispel Tribe of Indians, the nearest grocery store to its community is 20 miles away. “Even that store lacks fresh and healthy foods. This project has really started community conversations about food, especially the availability of healthy foods for our people,” said the Kalispel Tribe of Indians. The Shakopee Sioux...
By ICMN StaffThe June-July 2017 edition of Indian Country Media Network’s new bimonthly magazine, Indian Country, is now available in its online and iPad formats.
By ICMN StaffKulture Kids celebrates and shares stories of all cultures’ art, history and traditions through storytelling, dance, theatre, music, literary and visual art.
By ICMN StaffChokecherry medicine, a tragic death in police custody, and Pocahontas in the Senate in Indian country during the Week That Was, June 18, 2017.
By ICMN StaffFilmmaker Paul Ratner created a portraits project while gathering research for his 2014 film "Moses on the Mesa."