Climate and Community with Mike Durglo, Jr.


CSKT Forestry restores whitebark pine stands


CSKT and Coalition of Indigenous leaders demand action on transboundary coal mining pollution in Montana, Idaho and British Columbia


How 3 Indigenous Women are leading the way on climate change 


Native nations on front lines of climate change share knowledge and find support at intensive camps


Seven Generations: White Bark Pine


Area glaciers are falling to pieces, study finds 


The Restorative Revolution and a River of Reciprocity


Spokane Tribe members have died of cancer near uranium projects. A proposal would turn a former cleanup site into a solar farm


Neighbor's guide: Living in the Flathead


Young People’s Lawsuit Could Affect Montana’s Energy Future


Real-time Climate Data For CSKT Bison Range


Western Drought Update


Invasive quagga mussels detected in Columbia Basin


Recycling isn’t easy. The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana is doing it anyway.


Glacier's Dark Sky Project 


Schools, tribe, businesses close for water shortage in Browning,MT(Jan.2024) 


Deep ocean currents slowing earlier than predicted


Educating Youth About Preventing AIS Entering Flathead Lake: Mussel Walk


At CSKT, a "living document" speaks to thousands of years of history while facing new challenges


Evapotranspiration and Climate Change at Flathead Nation story map


Story Map: Exploring Wetland Soil Carbon in Confederated Séliš, QÍispé + Ksanka homelands


This Indigenous Community Records the Climate Change That Is Causing Its Town to Erode Away


Air Filtration Techniques from Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe


How Indigenous values inspired the largest network of wildlife crossings in USA


Fire, People, and Place: Making Oshkigin Spirit of Fire


The Honorable Harvest with Dr Robin Wall Kimmerer


Indigenous input is key to tackling climate change


For CSKT, Reforesting Means Reconnection to History, Culture


River Honoring Bridges Traditional Values with Education


Climate-Driven Fisheries Collapse Is Devastating Indigenous Communities


A Brief History of Healing and Regeneration


Architects of Abundance: Indigenous Regenerative Food Systems and the Excavation of Hidden History


reps from the CSKT alongside MT Climate Office presented info about climate change and stories of climate resiliency


Warmest Arctic Summer on record is evidence of accelerating climate change. Arctic Report Card focuses on Indigenous Knowledge and Resilience


How Climate Change Drives the Spread of Invasive Plants


No Mow til Mothers Day: Protect bees, pollinators


The Scientific Consensus


How Indigenous knowledge can help solve the climate crisis


Tackling Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss Together


Through gardens, these Native communities are cultivating a solution to climate change


Burned to the ground: The Tl'kemtsin and community suffered highest Canadian temperature ever recorded of 121F at Lytton,B.C. (2021)