Douglas Neasloss of the Coastal Guardian Watchmen, a Native American patrol, works in September at the mouth of Korich Creek in the Great Bear rainforest near Klemtu, British Columbia. As part of an emerging movement, tribes have aligned to assert their government pacts and to demand management rights over government land in the United States and Canada.
Douglas Neasloss of the Coastal Guardian Watchmen, a Native American patrol, works in September at the mouth of Korich Creek in the Great Bear rainforest near Klemtu, British Columbia. As part of an emerging movement, tribes have aligned to assert their government pacts and to demand management rights over government land in the United States and Canada. RUTH FREMSON The New York Times
Douglas Neasloss of the Coastal Guardian Watchmen, a Native American patrol, works in September at the mouth of Korich Creek in the Great Bear rainforest near Klemtu, British Columbia. As part of an emerging movement, tribes have aligned to assert their government pacts and to demand management rights over government land in the United States and Canada. RUTH FREMSON The New York Times

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