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Honoring Nations: James R. Gray, Rick Hill and John McCoy: Sovereignty Today (Q&A)

Native leaders John McCoy, James R. Gray, and Rick Hill discuss the importance of Native joining forces to engage in economic development, and also why it is so important for Native nations and people to buy from their own.

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Moapa Solar Farm Enters $1.6 Billion Deal to Power Los Angeles Homes

Moapa Solar Farm Enters $1.6 Billion Deal to Power Los Angeles Homes

The Los Angeles City Council has approved a 25-year, $1.6 billion deal to buy power from a solar plant on the Moapa River Reservation, reported the Las Vegas Review-Journal.The 350-megawatt farm will be the first commercial-grade solar project on tribal land in the U.S. The Interior Department fast…

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‘A Place Called Poarch’ – PCI: all about diversifying

A Place Called Poarch PCI: all about diversifying

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians didn’t coin the phrase “economic development,” but they are certainly taking it to new heights. With revenue from successful gaming venues in the state and the drive to diversify their economic interests, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians is working on several…

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Economic Development Toolkit for First Nations Economic Development Officers, Chiefs and Councils and Community Members – Basic Information and Guide

Economic Development Toolkit for First Nations Economic Development Officers, Chiefs and Councils and Community Members – Basic Information and Guide

First Nations are becoming more and more involved in economic development within their communities. In order to carry on business, First Nations are incorporating companies, societies and other business structures. It is important for members to understand the difference between sole…