Category Archives: water rights
Robert T. Anderson has published Indigenous Rights to Water & Environmental Protection in the Harvard Civil rights-Civil Liberties Law Journal. an excerpt: This article examines the rights of Indian nations in the United States to adequate water supplies and environmental protection for … Continue reading →
The Guardian: “While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land, residents have no drinking water”
Here is the opinion in State of New Mexico ex rel. State Engineer v. United States: NM v US re Navajo Nation (NMApp 2018)
Here is the opinion in Crow Creek Sioux Tribe v. United States. Briefs: Crow Creek Opening Brief US Response Brief Reply Lower court materials.
Here is the opinion in State of New Mexico v. Aamodt. Briefs: Answering Brief for the United States of America Appellant’s Consolidated Reply Brief to Appellees’ and Appellees in Intervention’s Briefs Appellant’s Opening Brief Appellant’s Supplemental Brief Pursuant to the Court’s … Continue reading →
Here is “Gehrke: A county clerk’s deceptive attempt to keep Grayeyes out of the San Juan commission race should lead to criminal charges.”
Here is “Indigenous communities, groundwater opportunities,” published in Science: science article
Here is the opinion in United States v. Walker River Irrigation District. From the court’s syllabus: The panel first held that the district court was correct that it retained jurisdiction to litigate additional rights in the Walker River Basin and … Continue reading →
Here are the briefs (so far) in Coeur d’Alene Tribe v. State of Idaho: Tribe Opening Brief US Opening Brief
Stephen Greetham has published “Water Planning, Tribal Voices, and Creative Approaches: Seeking New Paths Through Tribal-State Water Conflict by Collaboration on State Water Planning Efforts” in the Natural Resources Journal.