You are in luck. The national powwow is being held in Mt. Pleasant the last weekend of July. It is open to anybody. Bring your questions along with a copy of the consent degree. You will be directed to someone with intimate knowledge on the subject. Another option is call the tribal biologists from the 5 bands signatory to the agreement. You should be able to get all your questions. The only difference between them and you is their ancestors.You seemed to have implied that you learned a good deal by having conversations with tribe members, which shed light on information the general public isn't privy to. The consent decree and federal court's opinion on the matter is public information, so the information you're eluding to won't be found there. What's the side of the equation that you've been informed of as it relates to the tribes position others aren't aware of?
I'm guessing there are many folks who'd look at things through a different lens with the knowledge of the information you've obtained through discussions with tribal members or those closely connected.