Navajo Transitional Energy Company

Navajo Mine, owned by Navajo Transitional Energy Company, is the source of secure, well-paying jobs since 1963. To date, the mine has more than 350 employees, not counting contractors. Some employees are fourth generation miners working at Navajo Mine. The mine also provides quality coal to the Four Corners Power Plant

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Uranium mining and the Navajo people Wikipedia

OverviewChurch Rock Uranium Mill SpillGold King Mine SpillHealth studies on exposure to uraniumUnited States government responseNavajo treatment, impact and responseSee alsoExternal links

In 1944, uranium mining under the U.S military's Manhattan Project began on Navajo Nation lands and on Lakota Nation lands. On August 1, 1946, the responsibility for atomic science and technology was transferred from the military to the United States Atomic Energy Commission. Afterward, widespread uranium mining began on Navajo and Lakota lands in a nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

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Navajo, Battling Covid, Say Coal Mines Sapped Drinking Water

To follow hand-washing guidelines recommended by health professionals, Navajo Nation member Percy Deal drives his pickup truck once a week about 17 miles to wait in line for as long as an hour at a communal well.

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Navajo AML UMTRA Interactive Web Map

Mining legacy dates back to the late 1800’s for coal and the early 1900’s for minerals like uranium, vanadium, copper, and sandgravel. Navajo AML (NAML) was established in 1988 with the approval of the Navajo Reclamation Plan and Code by the Secretary of the Interior and The Navajo Nation.

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The Navajo Nation and Uranium Mining

Apr 26, 2017While the Navajo were struggling economically during the nuclear age, uranium was discovered on their reservation. Uneducated about the environmental and health risks from mining uranium, many Navajo men were thankful to have found work so close to home ([Brugge, 2000]).This was the beginning of hardships that were previously unknown to the Navajo people.

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Mining on Navajo Nation MASE:

The Navajo Nation Government unanimously passed a Uranium Mining Ban on tribal lands in April of 2005. Despite this ban, mining corporations like Hydro Resources Inc. (HRI) and Uranium Resources Inc. (URI) have relentlessly pursued permits for new mines, including mines on native sacred sites in New Mexico.

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NACoal Navajo Mine

North American Coal's operation the Navajo Mine supplied the Navajo Transitional Energy Company with nearly 3.7M tons of coal in 2017. The mine managed by Bisti Fuels company is located at 300 Road 4104 in Fruitland, New Mexico.

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For The Navajo Nation, Uranium Mining's Deadly Legacy

Apr 10, 2016The federal government is cleaning up a long legacy of uranium mining within the Navajo Nation — some 27,000 square miles spread across Utah, New Mexico and Arizona that is home to more than

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Navajo Nation: Cleaning Up Abandoned Uranium Mines US EPA

From 1944 to 1986, nearly 30 million tons of uranium ore were extracted from Navajo lands under leases with the Navajo Nation. This website describes how five federal agencies are working together to reduce the highest risks to Navajo people from uranium contamination resulting from the abandoned mines.

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Navajo Nation

Sep 03 Navajo Nation officials meet with Navajo farmers regarding concerns with hemp production. Sep 03 24 new cases, 7,113 recoveries, and no recent deaths related to COVID-19. Sep 03 Navajo Technical University opens Chinle Academic Facility. Sep 02 Navajo Nation joins lawsuit challenging the federal government’s illegal shortening of the 2020 Census

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Coal Mining on Navajo Nation’s Land

Apr 27, 2019Over the last century, many companies have come to Navajo Nation and persuaded the Navajo to engage in land development activities such as livestock ranching, uranium mining, and coal mining.³ One of the most famous natural resource developing project on Navajo Nation is the Najavo Generating Station plant (NGS plant).

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NAVAJO NATION Mine Safety and Health Administration

The Navajo Nation is located within the borders of three states: Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. The nation is approximately the size of West Virginia. The training program conducts classes for miners and contract employees working on the mining operations leased by the Navajo Nation.

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Gold King Mine Spill Left Linger Troubles on Navajo Nation

Aug 08, 2020Gold King Mine Spill Left Linger Troubles on Navajo Nation By Associated Press,Wire Service Content Aug. 8, 2020 By Associated Press,Wire Service Content Aug. 8,

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Mining on Navajo Nation MASE:

The Navajo Nation Government unanimously passed a Uranium Mining Ban on tribal lands in April of 2005. Despite this ban, mining corporations like Hydro Resources Inc. (HRI) and Uranium Resources Inc. (URI) have relentlessly pursued permits for new mines, including mines on native sacred sites in New Mexico.

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Navajos ban uranium mining Earth Island Journal

Navajo uranium sorrow The Navajo Nation has a long and tragic relationship with the nuclear industry. In Cove, Arizona, at least one member of every Navajo family is thought to have died from cancer or other diseases resulting from uranium mining.

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Report: Largest coal producing mine in U.S. drained

Jun 19, 2020Now, Bloomberg Law is reporting that the largest coal-producing mine in the nation drained Navajo Aquifer in August 2019 before it's last mining operation. This has left many residents in the area

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Navajo Nation Environmental Justice in the Southwest

The Navajo are fighting back against the uranium industry. In 2005, the Navajo Nation banned uranium mining on their land in the Dine Natural Resources Protection Act. The act was passed in response to a push by the Bush administration to increase the use of nuclear power as a

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Environmental Impacts on the Navajo Nation from Uranium Mining

Aug 25, 2020Even after the mining activities ceased on the Navajo Nation, the legacy of environmental harm continued from events such as what happened in 1979 at Church Rock. The Church Rock disaster is the largest accidental release of radioactive material in U.S. history.

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Providing Safe Drinking Water in Areas with Abandoned

In 2003, the Navajo Nation estimated that up to 30% of the population did not have piped water to their homes. Since 2003, the Indian Health Service (IHS), EPA and HUD have worked cooperatively to provide access to safe drinking water for over 3,000 homes in the abandoned uranium mine regions of the Navajo Nation.

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Navajo Nation Wikipedia

The Navajo Mine opened in 1963 near Fruitland, New Mexico, and employs about 350 people. It supplies sub-bituminous coal to the 2 GW Four Corners Power Plant via the isolated 13-mile Navajo Mine Railroad. Parts of the Navajo Nation acquired the mine and three mines in Montana and Wyoming. Uranium

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Residents, experts talk uranium mining effects on Navajo

Mar 06, 2020Uranium mining on the Navajo Nation dates back to the 1940s. Despite protests from Navajo elders, the United States government moved onto the Nation to mine uranium ore for the Manhattan Project

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Sale of Cloud Peak mines leaves Navajo Nation in the dark

Sep 07, 2019The Navajo Nation could be saddled with massive tax and reclamation, or cleanup, liabilities associated with the two Wyoming mines, as well as the Spring Creek Mine in Montana, Jackson explained.

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Navajo Nation Still Shows Uranium Exposure Today, Decades

Oct 08, 2019On the Navajo Nation, he said, the EPA has identified more than 200 abandoned uranium mines where it wants to complete investigation and clean up under an upcoming five-year plan, using

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As Coronavirus Cases Rise, Navajo Nation Tries To Get

Apr 04, 2020The Navajo Nation has seen a significant spike in coronavirus cases. Tribal leaders say they desperately need more supplies, but the biggest problem may be the reservation's lack of running water.

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Gold King Mine Spill Left Linger Troubles on Navajo Nation

Aug 08, 2020Gold King Mine Spill Left Linger Troubles on Navajo Nation By Associated Press,Wire Service Content Aug. 8, 2020 By Associated Press,Wire Service Content Aug. 8,

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Gold King mine spill left linger troubles on Navajo Nation

Aug 08, 2020Gold King mine spill left linger troubles on Navajo Nation. Updated 11:02 am EDT, Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Gold King mine spill left linger troubles on Navajo Nation

Aug 17, 2020Chili Yazzie, the Navajo Nation's Shiprock Chapter president, holds a tomato he just picked from his garden on July 22, 2020 in Shiprock, N.M. Five years after U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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COVID-19 Ravages the Navajo Nation, But Its People Fight

Jun 09, 2020About the size of West Virginia and situated on 27,000 square miles of land spread across Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, Navajo Nation is home to approximately 175,000 people.

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As Coronavirus Cases Rise, Navajo Nation Tries To Get

Apr 04, 2020The Navajo Nation has seen a significant spike in coronavirus cases. Tribal leaders say they desperately need more supplies, but the biggest problem may be the reservation's lack of running water.

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Residents, experts talk uranium mining effects on Navajo

Mar 06, 2020Uranium mining on the Navajo Nation dates back to the 1940s. Despite protests from Navajo elders, the United States government moved onto the Nation to mine uranium ore for the Manhattan Project

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Navajo Mine History Navajo Transitional Energy Company

Navajo Mine is located on the Navajo Nation, a vast Indian reservation that spans three states and has boundaries that encompass 27,000 square miles of traditional Navajo homelands. The Navajo Mine has an 85 percent workforce that are Native Americans, most of whom are Navajo. Many workers live in the local area, but others commute as many as

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Navajo Nation Still Shows Uranium Exposure Today, Decades

Oct 08, 2019On the Navajo Nation, he said, the EPA has identified more than 200 abandoned uranium mines where it wants to complete investigation and clean up under an upcoming five-year plan, using

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Sale of Cloud Peak mines leaves Navajo Nation in the dark

Sep 07, 2019The Navajo Nation could be saddled with massive tax and reclamation, or cleanup, liabilities associated with the two Wyoming mines, as well as the Spring Creek Mine in Montana, Jackson explained.

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Government Navajo Nation

Navajo Nation Government Offices Window Rock Map : Office of Miss Navajo Nation: Office of Management and Budget: Office of the Controller FMIS Login Page: Office of the President and Vice-President: Office of the Tax Commission: Navajo Nation Washington Office:

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Navajo Nation Council examines legacy of uranium mining

Mar 08, 2020Comments can also be emailed to [email protected] From 2018:Navajo commission hears report from feds about abandoned uranium mines. Noel Lyn Smith covers the Navajo Nation for The Daily Times. She can be reached at 505-564-4636 or by email at [email protected] Support local journalism with a digital subscription to The

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These photos show how coal and uranium mining decimated

Mar 13, 2018Coal-fired power plants have proven less ruinous than uranium mines, and the leases have propped up the tribal government, but low natural gas prices are bringing the industry to an end on the Navajo Nation. Salt River Project, the operator and majority owner of the Navajo Generating Station, is ceasing operations at the end of 2019.

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Grijalva: ‘The fight’s not over yet Navajo Times

“While the Navajo Nation has a moratorium on uranium mining in place, the Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act takes a step further in protecting our homelands from further devastation,” he

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US official: Research finds uranium in Navajo women, babies

Oct 08, 2019The research is continuing as authorities work to clear uranium mining sites across the Navajo Nation. “It forces us to own up to the known detriments associated with a nuclear-forward society,” said U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, who is an enrolled member of Laguna Pueblo, a tribe whose jurisdiction lies west of Albuquerque.

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