Tribal rules that affect trust and restricted Indian agricultural lands.
Presented by Patrick (Allan) Hanley
This webinar discusses law, common law decisions, regulations and administrative appeals. Mr. Hanley also discusses “telling your story” to your tribal, state and federal congressional representatives and committees.
The American Indian Agricultural Resource Management Act of 1993 as amended in 1994 is a Congressional law that provides opportunities for Indian and Alaska Villages for the self-determination of Indian agricultural lands within their political jurisdictions.
Mr. Hanley was a rangeland management specialist for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. He worked on reservations during the droughts and severe winters during the 1980s that lead to the creation of the working group for the Intertribal Agricultural Council. He participated as a team leader for the Indian Agricultural Lands Trespass regulation development in 25 – Indians – Code of Federal Regulations Part 166 Subpart I – Trespass. He works for Indian Nations Conservation Alliance and consults with tribal governments and entities on agricultural issues.