Tanya H. Lee
Organizers and participants alike say the First Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition held September 26-27 at the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s Mystic Lake Casino...
Sedelta Oosahwee, Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikira Nation/Cherokee, was recently appointed acting deputy director and senior advisor at the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Office of Tribal Relations.
Tanya H. Lee
Sedelta Oosahwee is only 35, but already she has made her mark serving tribal governments in Washington, D.C...
Tanya H. Lee
When funders with open minds meet with “moccasins on the ground” in healthcare and nutrition advocacy, bold ideas and revolutionary strategies can result...
Mark Fogarty
The U.S. Department of Agriculture remains a viable source of economic development and housing money for American Indians...
Tanya H. Lee
One of the Yurok Tribe’s oldest members will soon have reliable access to clean water thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
Tomaquag Museum Wampum Beads
Christina Rose
The 40,000-year-old wampum necklace may be the most impressive piece on view at the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter, Rhode Island, but that may change when 20,000 more archived items are...
Kristi Eaton
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced nearly $9 million in grants to help assist farmers and ranchers who are socially disadvantaged, tribal members or veterans...
Gale Courey Toensing
In this exclusive interview with ICTMN, San Carlos Apache Tribe Chairman Terry Rambler talks about the tribe’s epic battle to save Oak Flat, its most revered sacred site; he respon...
Lynn Armitage
If you call John Lytle a visionary, he will modestly deflect the compliment and say that developing alternative energy sources is what he was meant to do...
Mark Fogarty
American Indian tribes can apply for nearly $4 million in Department of Agriculture funds for startup or expansion of private rural businesses and nonprofits...