Conservation Planning Topic: Conservation Planning Webinar Time: Jul 24, 2019 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) This webinar is hosted by Zoom and the login information is below: https://zoom.us/j/6265801194 One tap mobile +16699006833,,6265801194# US (San Jose) +19292056099,,6265801194# US (New York) Dial by your location +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 929 205 […]
This webinar will discuss opportunities for Tribes to form a Tribal Conservation District under Tribal Law. Presented by Heidi Brewer. By forming a Tribal Conservation District under Tribal Law local and traditional knowledge are combined with technical resources to actively manage natural resources in a defined area. The primary objective of a Tribal Conservation […]
“Conservation of our diverse tribal natural resources”. July 2nd and 3rd, 2019.
In the mid-2000’s, ranchers of Tolani Lake decided to address the problem of inadequate livestock and wildlife waters by improving distribution.
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 […]
Gail Whiteman is the INCA, Student Program Director. She holds a BS in Agriculture Education and an MS in Science Education from Montana State University. Whiteman is a life-long cattle rancher from the Apsaalooke Nation in south central Montana. She is a member of the Montana Invasive Species Council and the Crow Environmental Health Steering […]
As the summer months approach we are starting to clear out rangeland all across the US. The folks over at GPFire Service created this beautiful instructional video.
The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission has grown it’s informational outreach and will be using Northwest Treaty Tribes to put out natural resource news and communicate a broader understanding of treaty tribes to the community. Their first infographic focuses on fishing.
The ramifications of the Keepseagle v. Vilsack class action lawsuit is a charitable trust created to grant business assistance, agricultural education, advocacy services and technical support to Native ranchers and farmers. Learn more on the Native American Agriculture Fund website:
November 26 -30 2018 the National Tribal Conservation Districts Conference took place in Catoosa, Oklahoma. The three and ½ day conference was very informative and provided contacts and networking for the betterment of the tribal conservation districts. Meetings were held separately with NRCS and non-government agencies. Conference attendees enjoyed a field trip and tour of […]