The Hoh, Quinault, Quileute, and Makah Tribes have coped with storms and tsunamis battering the coasts of the Pacific Northwest for thousands of years. Now, threatened by rising sea levels and other climate impacts, they are evolving to meet new dangers to their villages and history.
A City of San Antonio redevelopment project rooted in the destruction of birds and trees in Brackenridge Park threatens Native American religious practice, a new federal lawsuit charges.
Warning of a deepening rift with the community, San Antonio Councilmembers sought three-week delay to mediate on the bond-funded project that hinges upon bird and tree removals on lands held as sacred by many.
The City of San Antonio is involved in a multi-year assault on migratory birds in city parks. ‘Save Brack’s Birds and Trees Pilgrimage,’ April 8, 2023.
The Lorax taught us to speak for the trees. But what if we also learned to listen to them? Rev. Billy Talen When trees are cut, they send out the same electronic patterns as a wound of human flesh. And when some are injured by insects, they tell the others: […]
Statements of Texas Historical Commission staff don’t jibe with City claims that towering trees must be removed to fix the river wall.
Award-winning San Antonio poet Kamala Platt reflects on efforts to clear away elder trees at Backenridge Park.
San Antonio’s Parks & Recreation Department got an earful from dozens of residents joining a weekend site tour of proposed bond project construction at Brackenridge Park. They have one last shot at stalling the project.