The NRD staffers welcomed guests from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Yellow Bay Biological Station and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a CWD public information meeting in Polson on Wednesday, August 21 at Kwataqnuk Resort beginning at 6 pm.
Members of a state task force whose goal is to help various agencies work together in reporting and searching for missing Native Americans want to add more people to the panel
The court’s decision affirmed the constitutionality of ICWA, recognizing the unique political status of tribal nations and upholding the federal law that is so critical to safeguarding Indian child welfare.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes presented the Flathead Reservation-Lake County Boys and Girls Club with a $200,000 donation for its new Polson facility.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Economic Development Office is pleased to announce the award of eight grants to Tribal member business owners in 2019
Bill will ensure equal access to culturally competent care for urban Native veterans in cities across the United States
Tribal Health of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) showcased its services during a visit from Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention staff.
Seven Flathead Nation tribal member interns with the Montana Indian Youth Small Business Program made a visit to the CSKT Tribal Council last Thursday
Wildlife Biologists with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes began a project to restore Trumpeter Swans as a resident species on the Flathead Indian Reservation in the mid-1990s.
We share our valley with many wildlife species, and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Wildlife Program is teaming up with Peoples and Carnivores to host three community meetings aimed at identifying attractants and living safely with the large carnivores.
Several small wildfires in western Montana and a changing weather pattern signal the start of the state’s 2019 fire season, officials said Friday.
A federal magistrate judge has found that the U.S. government can’t be sued for the actions of a former Bureau of Indian Affairs police officer who was convicted in coercing a Montana woman into sex
The bill supports growth and development of Native American communities by strengthening the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program’s incentives for investments in Indian Country.
he focus of the conference was to provide practitioners with information on a variety of DEC topics, and serve as an opportunity to discuss issues of common interest with others involved in efforts to identify and provide services to DEC
Through the generosity of a couple hundred supporters the Club experienced a record-breaking evening that paved the way to breaking ground on the new Polson Clubhouse
research study revealed a decline in speakers of the Towa language and Jemez Education Director Kevin Shendo said the community needed to act quickly
lthough no restrictions are in place at this time, the extended forecast calls for temperatures in the high 80s, vegetation is beginning to cure.