Building Resilient Tribal Nations
The Indian Nations Conservation Alliance (INCA) is a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization established to promote community-based and locally-led conservation activities to protect Mother Earth, by establishing and supporting Tribal Conservation Districts.
INCA believes that conservation supports tribal solidarity and provides resiliency to tribal nations to protect and shield their culture, sovereignty and lands.
Strengthening the Circle of Life Through Indigenous Conservation
With over 20 years of service to our communities, INCA has developed a deep understanding of the complex issues facing Native communities and have established a track record of successful conservation efforts.
We work closely with tribal leaders, government agencies, and other stakeholders to promote sustainable resource management practices and to protect the rights of indigenous peoples.
Our Partners in Conservation
A respectful connection between Tribes and agencies
INCA believes that a connected community is a healthy community. We provide resiliency to tribal nations to protect and shield their culture, sovereignty and lands.
Our work focuses on a variety of issues, including land conservation, water quality, and youth outreach.
By addressing these critical challenges, we are helping to build a healthier, more sustainable future for Native communities and the planet as a whole.
Bringing Indigenous Perspective
Join us in our mission to protect and preserve Native lands and waters. Learn more about our work and how you can get involved today.
- Establishing Tribal Conservation Districts
- Building tribal solidarity and community
- Fostering resources for environment and culture
Fostering strong relationships in conservation for 20+ years
Federally recognized Indian tribes in America