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Economic Development

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Here is a round up of business news from around Indian Country. 

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At the beginning of the pandemic, Bud Frazier read Facebook posts from family members who live on the Navajo Reservation, detailing their need for supplies and also memorializing the people they lost to the COVID-19 virus. 

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A coalition led by Juneau-based Spruce Root is one step closer toward its goal of creating a sustainable forest products cluster in Southeast Alaska. 

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Here is a round up of business news from around Indian Country. 

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Six Native coalitions received $500,000 grant awards from the $1 billion Build Back Better Regional Challenge and will compete for millions more in potential funding. 

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Leveraging American Rescue Plan Act funding, the U.S. Department of Education has awarded approximately $20 million in American Indian Resilience in Education grants to tribal educational agencies. 

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WASHINGTON — For the first time in his career, Jackson Brossy finds himself working for the federal government that he had long sought to influence for the betterment of Native American peoples. 

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Well before the onset of COVID-19, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma had taken steps to diversify its economy, which for years had been bolstered by a healthy tribal gaming division.