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11/29/22

Legislation could curb risk that uranium mining has on precious water resources, economies, and Indigenous lifeways connected to the Grand Canyon.

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11/21/22

After years of advocacy by Havasupai grassroots and tribal leaders, Indian Garden has been officially renamed Havasupai Gardens.

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11/15/22

Miners have pumped more than 49 million gallons of water laced with uranium and arsenic out of a mine near the Grand Canyon.

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