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5 February 2023 Elyse Wild
The federally recognized Redding Rancheria Tribe has launched a new business venture aimed at protecting communities and the environment from the devastating impact of wildfires in northern California and beyond.
05 Feb
Raven Indigenous Capital Partners has raised $75 million (U.S.) to support early- and growth-stage companies led by Indigenous entrepreneurs in Canada and the U.S.
February 05
Angelo and Jacquelene McHorse want to transport their customers to the Southwest through Bison Star Naturals, their richly scented line of natural soaps and lotions made with the region's distinct...
February 05
The Oneida Nation plans to expand its Maple Leaf Market retail brand with a fourth store in upstate New York.
February 05
Osage Nation Pine Ridge, Oklahoma Award Amount: $49,679,250.00
WASHINGTON — The Department of Energy’s Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs announced plans for a $50 million funding opportunity targeting clean energy deployment on tribal lands.
The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska (ITKN) will receive state funds for a broadband project amid a historic surge of support for broadband across the Indian Country.
The Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund announced that it will postpone the rollout of its new CDFI certification application, which was supposed to launch in April 2023.
Osage designer Dante Biss-Grayson will be heading east in early February for New York Fashion Week, where he will send his bold dresses, cowboy shirts, trench coats and urban styles down the runway.
For many Native entrepreneurs, there’s often a cliff in their future — and that’s if they’re successful.
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — FireKeepers Casino Hotel, the gaming enterprise of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi, has tapped longtime tribal gaming human resources executive Frank Tecumseh as its new CEO.
The Oklahoma State University Extension Program has expanded its work with Oklahoma tribes in the wake of its first ever grants from the Native American Agriculture Foundation, as Tribal Business News recently reported .
On Tuesday, just a week after the Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska signed the official deed to put its first parcel of land into federal trust , the state of Alaska sued the federal government in an effort to nullify the land transfer.
LAGUNA, N.M. — The Laguna Housing Development and Management Enterprise (LHDME) announced it has secured financing that will pave the way for a new $15 million affordable housing development with 20 townhomes and a community building for members living on the Laguna Pueblo.
HERNDON, Va. — A joint venture of Alaska Native-owned Akima has been awarded a contract to provide operations and management services at an Oklahoma City airbase.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee potter Allen Jacobs used to make his living selling his creations at art shows across Oklahoma and the southwestern United States.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and Indiana University South Bend (IU South Bend) have renewed and expanded a tuition grant award for eligible citizens of the tribe.
A Native Hawaiian group plans to focus on its culture through renovating and expanding a significant cultural site and popular tourist attraction on the island of Oahu.
After decades of leasing the Steamboat Butte Field to a private company, the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes have taken a “big step” toward sovereignty by reclaiming the oil field in Fremont County, Wyoming.