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A Canadian band government has launched development of a 100 megawatt solar facility that, when completed, will stand as one of the top 10 renewable energy sources in Canada. 

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Once seen as “gamechangers” for tribal forays into a growing clean energy sector, tax credits have instead proven to be a minefield of questions around policy implementation and tax exemptions. 

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After two years of steady growth, the United States Department of Agriculture significantly increased its efforts around tribal forest co-stewardship over the past year.  

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USA DeBusk LLC (USAD), a Texas-based provider of industrial services to the energy and infrastructure sectors, said last week that it acquired Native-owned nitrogen services provider Nitro-Lift. 

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Clean-energy nonprofit GRID Alternatives said this week it received a $25 million grant that will help fund its accelerator program to increase renewable energy projects in Native communities. 

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The Department of the Interior announced the availability of $16.5 million through the Bureau of Reclamation to address the water supply challenges faced by tribes affected by drought conditions. 

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Tensions flared between Alaska Native groups, environmentalists and the federal Bureau of Land Management during a congressional hearing Wednesday about legislation to reverse Biden-era protections against oil drilling and energy production on Alaska’s North Slope. 

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $150 million funding opportunity to help Alaska’s federally recognized tribes address climate change, subsistence foods security, water and energy infrastructure, and other environmental threats that impact their way of life and culture.

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The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) and the Walton Family Foundation announced the Tribal Water Institute, a new initiative to address water challenges in the West. 

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Grasslands in Montana represent some of the last remaining large-scale prairies in the world. In an effort to safeguard these vital landscapes, a Montana-based conservation nonprofit is deepening its long-standing relationship with the Fort Belknap Indian Community.