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Naabik’iyati fears loss of fracking revenues

Here at Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee, where Committee members, who are all Navajo Council Delegates, are debating Legislation 0302-18: Requesting the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President, All Pueblo Council of Governors and Greater Chaco Coalition and partners to consult with Dine’ Medicine Men Association for any positions taken on fracking […]

Fracking workshiop at Dine’ CARE 30th anniversay

WHAT IS FRACKING AND DOES IT BENEFIT OUR COMMUNITIES? Panel at 30th anniversary of Dine’ CARE at Dilcon, NM, SW Fairgrounds SAM SAGE, TRI-CHAPTER ADVOCATE  in 2003, started working with Dine CARE and they were working on what Navajo reservation would look like in next five years. Like white sheet and sprinkles of black pepper […]

Escalade development on Naabik’iyati agenda for June 22

The Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee is meeting Thursday, June 22, at the Department of Dine’ Education auditorium in Window Rock, Ariz.,, starting at 10 a.m. One of the bills on the PROPOSED NAABIK’IYATI COMMITTEE AGENDA is Legislation 0293-16. It’s been on the Naabik’iyati agenda before and its sponsor, Resources and Development Committee Vice Chairperson […]

Dine’ Uranium Commission appointment & Field hearings on fracking before Navajo Council committee

The proposed agenda for the Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development Committee’s Feb. 7, 2017, Tuesday meeting has two bills addressing field hearings about fracking on the Navajo Nation and the first appointment to the Dine’ Uranium Remediation Advisory Commission. The bills are LEGISLATION 0025-17 : An Action Relating to Resources and Development Committee and Naabi’Iyati Committee, Respectfully […]

Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee meeting on Fracking study, $5.2M Council 2017 budget, Regionalization Referendum

The Navajo Nation Council Naabik’iyati Committee amended its agenda for today’s meeting, Aug. 4, 2016. The Naabik’iyati Committee added Legislatoin 0226-16, which is to recommend and request scientific studies and education on the environmental impacts from hydraulic fractureing. The fracking study is sponsored by Resources and Community Development Committee member and Council Delegate Davis Filfred. Also […]

Nihigaal Bee Iina, a 200-mile prayer walk to Tsoodzil

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, Here on Navajo land, we have been blessed with moisture/snow/rain, which have dropped temperatures. But that has not deterred Nihígaal bee Iiná, a group of magnificent young Navajo adults from walking from the northern of the Navajo Reservation to the Eastern part to make traditional Navajo prayers and offerings to Mother Earth, Fire, […]

Farmington, N.M., Public Meeting – Tell BLM to STOP illegal fracking

(5) Farmington Public Meeting – Tell U.S. Bureau of Land Management to STOP illegal fracking. FRACK FREE NEW MEXICO – Friends — we’re about to get fracked to hell without your help. Already New Mexico has made national headlines for the nation’s biggest methane plume. Meanwhile, more than 100 “exploratory” wells in the Mancos Shale […]

Navajo Oil & Gas Company using hydraulic fracking

Here at Navajo Council Law & Order Committee meeting where Navajo Oil & Gas Company was making its annual report. My apologizes for arriving late. I also had a little difficulty get connected to wifi. But as soon as I was in meeting, I set up my video camera. And I also have access to […]

Is Native American Energy Act about oil and gas – fracking?

Here at Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee, where committee now on LEGISLATION 0192-13, SPONSOR OF LEGISLATION 0192-13, DELEGATE WALTER PHELPS Congressman Don Young introduced Native American Energy Act, which was not acted on by Congress. Nov. 12, 2013, placed on Congressional calendar and no action so still pending before committee so interest here was to support […]