Image: Aguaruna Indians stripping leaves of Clibadium sp. for use as a fish poison. Alto Río Mayo, Peru. Photo copyright 1977 by Michael F. Brown

Website of the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB).

Indigenous Peoples' Council on Biocolonialism website
International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups (ICBG) at the National Institutes of Health, USA
Alaska Native Knowledge Network, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) webpage
Amazonlink's "Biopiracy in the Amazon" web pages ; English, Portuguese, and German, with emphasis on Brazilian Amazon and controversies about the patenting of Brazilian plants with market value as pharmaceuticals or food products.
Primal Seeds website, focusing on crop genetic resources
Native Seeds/Search, Tucson-based nonprofit that supports biodiversity through promotion of traditional native seed varieties
Website of Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN)
Full-text (html) paper on the Precautionary Principle by Kelly Bannister and Katherine Barrett, "Challenging the Status Quo in Ethnobotany: A New Paradigm for Publication May Protect Cultural Knowledge and Traditional Resources"
Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Prior Art Database, a "searchable archive of traditional knowledge documentation promoting the public domain to establish and protect indigenous knowledge as prior art," developed by the American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science. One of the best sites of its kind on the web.
"The Enola Bean Patent Controversy," by Gillian R. Rattray, full-text (pdf) from the Duke Law & Technology Review, 2002
A paper by Joshua Rosenthal of NIH, "Politics, Culture, and Governance in the Development of Prior Informed Consent and Negotiated Agreements with Indigenous Communities," 2003, available full-text as a pdf file.
Article by Chloe Frommer, "Protecting Traditional Medicinal Knowledge in Zimbabwe," from Cultural Survival Quarterly 27.4, 2003.
"Reaping what they sow: The Basmati Rice controversy and strategies for protecting traditional knowledge," article by Sumanthi Subbiah, from the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 27 (2), 2004 (full text html). Thanks to Jason Baird Jackson for this reference.
This has nothing to do with biopiracy, but check out Gene Tree, a company that advertises "Native American DNA verification testing" to determine whether its clients are of American Indian ancestry
Article on indigenous people and bioprospecting by Shane Greene, "Indigenous People Incorporated?: Culture as politics, culture as property in pharmaceutical bioprospecting." Published in Current Anthropology 45(2), April 2004 (full text pdf).
Article by Kim TallBear and Deborah A. Bolnick, "'Native American DNA' tests: What are the risks to tribes?"  From The Native Voice, Dec. 3-17, 2004, posted here (pdf) with permission of authors.
The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management maintains a website offering a number of downloadable papers on biotechnology and indigenous rights, among them James W. Zion's "The right of native peoples to genetic material as cultural property" (2003).
Paper by Charles R. McManis (Washington University-St.Louis School of Law), "Intellectual Property, Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge Protection: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally". Faculty Working Paper Series, No. 02-10-03, October 2002 (full-text pdf).
"Hyperownership in a time of biotechnological promise: The international conflict to control the building blocks of life," article by Sabrina Safrin that appeared in the American Journal of International Law, October 2004 (full-text pdf).