Onondaga Nation counsel says land return only ‘the beginning’ of debts owed to local indigenous groups

More than 1,000 acres of land are being turned back over to its original owner, the Onondaga Nation. The people of the hills and friends of the Onondaga Nation have spent years working to reclaim indigenous land. A recent announcement by Governor Hochul and the DEC is seeing some of that land officially returned, but it’s only a start.

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