“Public Rallies as Interstate Stream Commission Refuses to Allow Public Comment During Controversial Gila Diversion Meeting”

SIERRA CLUB PRESS RELEASE – Public Rallies as Interstate Stream Commission Refuses to Allow Public Comment During Controversial Gila Diversion Meeting Albuquerque, NM (11-10-14) – Despite requests from concerned citizens, the Interstate Stream Commission refused to allow any public comment or input at its next meeting on Monday over whether to divert the Gila River […]

Legal challenges filed against U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over Navajo Generating Station

The Hopi Tribe, Navajo grass-roots organizations, and clean air and national park advocates filed legal challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection’s decision to allow Navajo Generating Station to “continue polluting for the next three decades.” That according to Oct. 7, 2014 press releases from Black Mesa Water Coalition of Flagstaff, Ariz., To’Nizhoni Ani (Beautiful Water […]

Peabody Coal mandated to RESPECT Mother Earth

GREETINGS RELATIVES/FRENS/HUMANS, A LANDMARK AGREEMENT FOR REESPECT FOR MOTHER EARTH AND THE NAVAJO WAY OF LIFE WAS MADE BETWEEN NAVAJO GRASSROOTS GROUPS AND FEDERAL COAL MINING ENTITES!!!! MAY PEACE PREVAIL ON MOTHER EARTH!!!! “Native and environmental groups win critical protections for Black Mesa land. Federal mine regulators now under mandate to give greater consideration to […]

Several Navajo Reservation communities oppose uranium mining

HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL HEALTH, EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE WHERE CONCERNED GROUPS AND INDIVIDUAL COMMENTING TO COMMITTEE ABOUT HRI/URI’S PROPOSED URANIUM MINING. HRI have properties not only in Church Rock, NM, but Becenti, NM, and Crownpoint, NM. Original project in Crownpoint involved In-Situ Uranium Mining and Uranium Processing Plant but now HRI is being […]

Health, Education and Human Services Committee: “Imminent threats from uranium mining”

Groups and individuals that are concerned about the “imminent threats from uranium mining” are schedule to go before the Navajo Council’s Health, Education and Human Services Committee tomorrow, April 2, 2014, at 10 a.m. in the north conference room of the Navajo Council chamber in Window Rock, Ariz. According to the HEHS Committee’s proposed AGENDA, […]


Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I’m headed to Chilchinbeto, Ariz., for Navajo Council Resources & Development Committee meeting on proposed legislation to allow Uranium Resources, Inc., to set up an In-Situ Uranium Demonstration Project at Church Rock, N.M., which is on the Navajo Reservation and the site of the largest uranium waste spill where clean up is incomplete. […]