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Members of the Lenape Nation hold an event in October in Ambler, Pa., to promote healing of the land and community after Hurricane Ida. (AP)
The tribes are getting help from the environmental nonprofit Conservation Fund to buy back part of their homelands. The lands will be held under conservation easements with the state so they can’t be developed into housing.
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