Gabriel Pietrorazio

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Tribal Natural Resources Reporter

Gabriel Pietrorazio is a correspondent who reports on tribal natural resources for KJZZ. He began covering Haudenosaunee communities throughout New York and Canada while attending Hobart College in the Finger Lakes. 

After earning bachelor’s degrees in media and society and political science in 2020, Pietrorazio graduated the following year with a master’s degree from Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park.  

Since then, he has prioritized uplifting Indigenous voices by bringing greater visibility and attention to their stories as a multimedia journalist. He frequently contributes to Civil Eats, a national newsroom focused on food systems, and the Syracuse-based Central Current, among other digital nonprofit platforms.

His in-depth Indigenous affairs reporting, primarily centered around agricultural issues, has received numerous local and national recognitions, including awards from the North American Agricultural Journalists, Native American Journalists Association and Syracuse Press Club.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
The World Championship Hoop Dance Contest in Phoenix takes a step toward live play-by-play Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 21, 2024
Arizona tribes to benefit from funding to upgrade BIA-owned power utilities Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 17, 2024
Saturday’s Two Spirit Powwow celebrates Native LGBTQ community Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 16, 2024
Packrats are pests, but also a prized Apache delicacy Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 14, 2024
‘March to Oak Flat’ is still trekking along, a decade later Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 11, 2024
11 tribes are tied to the Grand Canyon. NPS wants all represented Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 9, 2024
Diné jazz trumpeter Delbert Anderson performs in Scottsdale Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 6, 2024
Closing of Drumbeat Indian Arts inspires a new bead shop Gabriel Pietrorazio Feb. 5, 2024
River cane helped keep Native flute-making alive. Arizona wants this invasive reed gone Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 29, 2024
Environmental Day at AZ Capitol features Hopi elder Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 27, 2024
Timely lesson from Diné creation story at Capitol Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 26, 2024
Navajo-owned Skoden Coffee & Tea relocates to Phoenix after closing up shop in Window Rock Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 15, 2024
President Buu Nygren speaks at first-ever People’s State of the Navajo Nation Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 10, 2024
Tribes' letter supports Navajo's NASA complaint Gabriel Pietrorazio Jan. 5, 2024
2 tribal colleges received $750K in USDA funding in Arizona Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 29, 2023
Shoppers brought a bit of the Southwest home for the holidays from S’edav Va’aki Indian Market Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 22, 2023
Interior Department announces $10M to replace earthen dam at Tohono O’odham Nation Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 19, 2023
Tribes focus on Post-2026 guidelines for Lake Powell, Lake Mead Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 19, 2023
CRIT farm manager says tribal farmers are one big family Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 17, 2023
Indigenous Resilience Center director talks Diné water access at Colorado River conference Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 15, 2023
Navajo farmers, ranchers convene regional caucus Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 13, 2023
A historic Gila River Indian Community groundbreaking stirs up a celebration Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 9, 2023
GRIC got a big shout-out at the White House Tribal Nations Summit Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 9, 2023
Pueblo Nations chair defends Chaco Canyon decision Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 8, 2023
Biden welcomes Indigenous leaders to third-ever White House Tribal Nations Summit Gabriel Pietrorazio Dec. 6, 2023

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