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Economic Development

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Here’s our monthly round-up of people on the move in Indian Country, including a bevy of board appointments, recognition of Native leaders, and new hires at tribal enterprises and Native-serving nonprofits.  

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Squeezed for space and facing a construction boom in the region, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe’s economic development arm is building for the future.  

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Native American economic well being can “spill over” into a tribe’s neighbors. That means that strong Native economies can provide nearby communities with more business and wider access to federal contracts.

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The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on Friday announced a new program offering $240,000 in grant funding to support Native American-owned small businesses seeking to expand their export capabilities. 

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced $18.2 million in grants aimed at reducing cyber risks and digital threats to tribes.

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Indian Country forestry is improving, even with challenges ahead. That was the broad conclusion at the 47th Annual National Indian Timber Symposium in Cherokee, N.C. last week. 

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The Bureau of Indian Affairs introduced a new division to help federally recognized tribes deploy technology and manage connectivity on their tribal lands. 

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Cannabis has been decriminalized on the Ho-Chunk Nation reservation in Wisconsin, paving the way for economic development in the future.