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Fall/Winter 2021 Features
 
Working toward healing from the trauma of uranium mining. BY OPHELIA WATAHOMIGIE-CORLISS
 
With the proposed Big Canyon dam still looming, it's time for long-term safeguards for the Little Colorado River. BY AMANDA PODMORE
 
Cultivating joy and purpose in your backyard. BY KATE WATTERS
 
A just transition for Indigenous communities is about more than just clean energy. BY JESSICA STAGO

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Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Bears Ears is Healing

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Bears Ears is Healing
Tim Peterson

Bears Ears is Healing

Bears Ears presents unique opportunities for healing — both personal and universal. Learn more ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Watching the Water

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Watching the Water
Raymond Chee

Watching the Water

The Kerley Valley Community Farm nurtures more than just food. Details here ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Leadershift

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Leadershift
Lance Tubinaghtewa

LeaderShift

Training a new generation of advocates. Meet the next conservation leaders ›

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Interview with Lyle Balenquah

Advocate Fall/Winter 2021 - Interview with Lyle Balenquah
Adam Haydock

The Little Colorado River, A Sometimes River

A sneak peek at our Little Colorado River stories collection with Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. Read on ›

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