Here is a list of sites for further exploration and investigation. This list is by no means exhaustive. For more, see the Engaged Projects page. The Forum on Religion and Ecology does not support or endorse any organizations listed here or in the Engaged Projects. Links are provided as possible research opportunities.


General Indigenous Traditions Links

Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Center for Native Peoples and the Environment
Cultural Survival
“Environmental Stewardship,” Assembly of First Nations
The Gaia Foundation
Indian Trust Management Information
Indigenous Agricultural and Environmental Knowledge Systems
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indigenous Land Rights and Mining
Intertribal Environmental Council
National Environmental Coalition of Native Americans
Native American Fish and Wildlife Society
Native Web Resources

University of Texas: Lanic (Indigenous Peoples in Latin America) Resources
Native American Indian Resources
“This Is How Indigenous Peoples Help Curb Gas Emissions, End Hunger”
Pluralism Project

Indigenous Research Institutions

Alpha Institute Indigenous/Environmental Links
Acre Amazon Link
Center for World Indigenous Studies
Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO)

Indigenous Tribal Web Sites

Akwesasne (Mohawk) Task Force on the Environment
Cherokee Nation
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Comunidades Indigenas de los Altos de Chiapas
Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs
Muscogee Creek Nation
Operation Amazonia Nativa






Header photo credit: ©Christopher McCloud; Gamo elders, including Hala’ka Malabo (center, in brown coat), pray on their sacred Dorbo Meadow. Gamo