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A newly released House proposal for the 2024 Farm Bill, already eight months overdue, could create an impasse rather than move the long-delayed legislation forward. 

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Mi’kmaq Nation is casting a wider net — literally. 

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The Coquille Indian Tribe and the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) have reached a landmark agreement, paving the way for Oregon's first tribally-owned distillery on the Tribe's sovereign lands in Coos Bay. 

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Osage Nation tribal member Ben Jacobs credits the Denver Indian Center in Colorado with supporting him during his childhood. 

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Bison restoration efforts could prove a valuable inroad for private businesses aiming for tribal partnerships. Investments in these efforts could quickly produce returns while supporting cultural and health revitalization in tribal communities. 

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A pair of new federal funding opportunities to support conservation and climate-smart agriculture initiatives includes a $100 million set-aside for tribal-led projects, according to the U.S. Department of  Agriculture. 

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The Prairie Island Indian Community announced plans to enter the cannabis industry this year, joining a trend among tribal nations in Minnesota. 

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Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures (MLCV), the economic arm of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, has commenced construction on a full-scale 50,000-square foot cannabis cultivation facility near the tribe’s casino in Onamia, Minn. 

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Native agriculture is in a state of transformation, growing rapidly even as Indigenous producers grapple with issues of food sovereignty, self-determination, and a slow-but-sure leak of participation by young Natives in the farming sector. 

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The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians announced on Wednesday it had acquired Mad River Brewery from the Yurok Tribe in northern California. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.