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Fighting Third-World Conditions for NM Tribes
Some of the poorer tribal communities in New Mexico have been compared to Third World countries because of their economic struggles and their lack of basic modern water and energy ...
New Age Border Wars: Omaha Tribe of Nebraska v. the Village of Pender
This is a familiar, age-old story, really. It’s about land rights. Boundaries. Debates over sovereignty. Feuds between neighbors. Boycotts. Resistance over taxation...
Nunavut Inuit Group Settles Ottawa Lawsuit for $255.5 Million
Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
Deadline for USDA Funds for Native Businesses Is Soon
American Indian tribes can apply for nearly $4 million in Department of Agriculture funds for startup or expansion of private rural businesses and nonprofits...
Hundreds Pay Tribute to Michael Jandreau, a Controversial Icon
Michael Jandreau, the late Lower Brule Sioux Tribal chairman, was remembered on Thursday as hundreds of mourners paid tribute to one of Indian country’s controversial icons accordi...
A Place to Call Home; Cowlitz Tribe Signs Land Into Trust for Reservation
Before the ink was dry on the documents placing 152 acres of Cowlitz Tribe land into trust, Cowlitz Tribe Chairman William B...
Blue Stone Strategy Group: Client Success Is Our Success
Gale Courey Toensing
What’s a good way to evaluate the job performance of a company that offers tribal governments, businesses and organizations advice on good governance and economic development?...
Proceed With Caution: A Warning to Tribes Wanting to Grow Medical Marijuana
California’s Pinoleville Pomo Nation is poised to become the first American Indian tribe to grow medical marijuana, though investors claim at least 100 additional tribes are explor...
Student Turns Energy Into Money for Jemez Pueblo
Northern Arizona University
When Jemez Pueblo leaders in northwestern New Mexico wanted to weigh the benefits of building a renewable energy project, they joined a national program that pairs tribes with Nati...
Sealaska Gets $500,000 From Nature Conservancy for Sustainable Business
Business and environment will mix to the tune of $500,000 awarded to the Haa Aaní Community Development Fund Inc. by the Nature Conservancy...
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