Interest in outdoor recreation surged during the COVID-19 pandemic; today, the number of Americans adventuring outdoors continues to grow. Unfortunately, the outdoor recreation industry and the mainstream conservation movement have […]
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Become a #SpringSustainer. Help us make an impact. Spring is our busiest season: we're delivering governance workshops for Native nations, hitting the road for in-person trainings with our Rebuilders, releasing […]
Join us virtually for a beginner-level discussion focused on why blood quantum is controversial, as well as how it came to be used as an enrollment and citizenship criteria for Native nations.
Native nations are using their sovereignty to reclaim and reimagine outdoor recreation and tourism. Watch this recording of our June 2022 event to learn about Indigenous-designed outdoor recreation efforts and how non-Indigenous folks can recreate responsibly.
A Tribal civics initiative is a formal or informal learning opportunity for Tribal citizens to learn about their people’s history, cultural values and practices, traditional forms of governance, and current governmental structure and administration. This guide is for Indigenous youth, educators, knowledge keepers, grassroots and elected leaders; it’s for anyone who aspires to create and implement a Tribal civics engagement plan for their nation. This resource is available to download as a PDF.