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    Brazil’s mega-project building spree draws protests from Amazon
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    By Alan Clendennning
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    Indians fish from canoes along the curves of this Amazon tributary and tend manioc crops near the site of a proposed dam talked about for decades – but now pushing forward under Brazil’s multi-billion-dollar construction...
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    Florida Bay’s ecology on the brink of collapse, and Miccosukee continued to sue
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    By Bria Skoloff
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    Boat captain Tad Burke looks out over Florida Bay and sees an ecosystem that’s dying as politicians, land owners and environmentalists bicker.

    He’s been plying these waters for nearly 25 years, and has seen the declines...
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    Historic Virginia marker to honor early Chesapeake Indians
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    By Aaron Applegate
    Virginia Beach, Virginia (AP)

    The highest natural ground in the city is a 30-foot bluff on the south shore of Broad Bay, across the water from First Landing State Park.

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    Shamans Through Time 500 Years on the Path to Knowledge
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    News From Indian Country

    A fascinating look back at five centuries of writings on the world’s great shamans – the tricksters, sorcerers, conjurers, and healers. This unusual book reprints the...
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    Efforts made to remove derelict gear from Nooksack River
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    By Kie Relyea
    Bellingham, Washington (AP)

    Tribal and wildlife crews have removed at least two dozen lost and abandoned gillnets from the Nooksack River, after members of a conservation and recreational fishing group documented the locations of 62 “derelict” gear.
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