Publications

Indian Country Extension publications listed by publication year.

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2009

"Health and Traditions among Hopi/Tewa Women." | Presentation | Updated 7 years 14 weeks ago
Hopi Tribe Community Resources and Economic Development
Abstract:  This paper is based on participatory action research over a 6-year period with the Hopi non-profit,   Pu’tavi, and the Hopi tribal government.  Discussing the functions of Hopi food based on a community capitals framework, Hopi women discover that health that come... Read more

2008

The Navajo Nation and Extension Programs | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Navajo Nation Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
This article gives and overview of extension programs on the Navajo Reservation.  It covers the geographic, social, and  economic setting, communities, language, education, and economic activities. The Navajo Nation (Diné in Navajo language) includes everything important to the Navajo:... Read more
Conducting Research on the Navajo Nation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Navajo Nation Community Resources and Economic Development
The Navajo Nation has developed a detailed research process; the reservation actually has an Institutional Review Board (IRB), called the Navajo Human Research Review Board. Read more
Conducting Research on the San Carlos Apache Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
San Carlos Apache Community Resources and Economic Development
Conducting research on Native American Reservation lands demands a unique protocol that prospective researchers need to understand and respect in order to proceed in an ethical and culturally sensitive manner. First, and foremost, researchers must recognize that they are working on sovereign lands... Read more
Quick Facts - San Carlos Apache Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
San Carlos Apache Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
CommunitiesThe total tribal enrollment includes 13,246 people, with the enrolled tribal membership in residence on the reservation at 10,709 people. There are three main communities, San Carlos (tribal governmental seat), Peridot, and Bylas. Peridot and San Carlos are on the western side of the... Read more
Quick Facts - The Hopi Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hopi Tribe Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
Quick facts about the Hopi Indian Reservation. Located on the Colorado Plateau in northern Arizona, the Hopi people trace their history in Arizona to more than 2,000 years, but their history as a people goes back many more thousands of years. According to their legends, the Hopi migrated north to... Read more
The Hopi Reservation and Extension Programs | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hopi Tribe Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
This article gives an overview of the extension programs on the Hopi Reservation.   It covers the geographical, social and economic setting, Tribal government, communities, language, schools, and economic activities. The Federally Recognised Tribal Extension Program has been operating at... Read more
The Hualapai Reservation and Extension Programs | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hualapai Nation Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
This article gives an overview of extension programs on the Hualapai Reservation.  It addresses the geographical, social, and economic setting, communities, language, schools, and economic activites. Read more
Extension Programs on the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Colorado River Indian Tribes Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
Thsi article gives an overview of exension programs on the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation. The following information is provided for use by potential researchers and others who are interested in the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation. Historical information and current data are... Read more
Quick Facts - The Hualapai Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hualapai Nation Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
Quick facts about the Hualapai Reservation. The Hualapai Nation encompasses over 1,000,000 acres of land extending across parts of three counties: Mohave, Coconino and Yavapai. The Reservation land, established in 1883, is U shaped and bordered by the Grand Wash Cliffs on the West, the Colorado... Read more
Conducting Research on the Hualapai Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hualapai Nation Community Resources and Economic Development
This article explains the process for conducting research on the Hualapai Reservation. Conducting research on Native American Reservation lands demands a unique protocol that prospective researchers need to understand and respect in order to proceed in an ethical and culturally sensitive manner.... Read more
Quick Facts - The Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation (C.R.I.T.) | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Colorado River Indian Tribes Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
This article give quick facts about the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation. Read more
Conducting Research on the Hopi Reservation | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Hopi Tribe Community Resources and Economic Development
This article explains the process for conducting research on the Hopi Reservation.   Tribal Priorities The Hopi Tribe is interested in research that benefits the Hopi community and supports the work of the Hopi Tribal departments and programs. It is also wanting tribal employees to be able... Read more
Conducting Research on the C.R.I.T. Reservation in Arizona | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Colorado River Indian Tribes Community Resources and Economic Development
This article explains process for conducting research on the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation.  Conducting research on Native American Reservation lands demands a unique protocol that prospective researchers need to understand and respect in order to proceed in an ethical and... Read more
Research in Indian Country | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Colorado River Indian Tribes, Hopi Tribe, Hualapai Nation, Navajo Nation, San Carlos Apache Community Resources and Economic Development
A general overview of research in Indian country, with emphasis on tribes in Arizona. Part A:  Setting Part B:  History of Extension on Indian Country Part C:  Research on Tribal Lands Part D:  Process to Conduct Research Part E:  Examples of Variability in IRB Process... Read more
The San Carlos Apache Reservation and Extension Programs | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
San Carlos Apache Community Resources and Economic Development
This article gives an overview of the extension programs on the San Carlos Apache Reservation.  It covers the geographic, social, and economic setting, communities, language, education and economic activities. Read more
Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) and Producer Implications | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Fort Hall Agriculture, Crops, Community Resources and Economic Development, USDA
USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service has announced that the final rule making comment period for Country of Origin Labeling or COOL, will end on September 30, 2008. The program will also be implemented on September 30, 2008. COOL became law in the 2002 Farm Bill butimplementation has been delayed... Read more
Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) and Producer Implications | Article | Updated 7 years 21 weeks ago
Fort Hall Agriculture, Crops, Community Resources and Economic Development, USDA
USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service has announced that the final rule making comment period for Country of Origin Labeling or COOL, will end on September 30, 2008. The program will also be implemented on September 30, 2008. COOL became law in the 2002 Farm Bill butimplementation has been delayed... Read more
Veggies for Nevada Kids | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Nevada Gardening, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Youth and Families
This program addresses the nutrition needs of Native American children and childhood obesity.  Project goals are to 1) increase awareness of and exposure to a variety of vegetables and fruits, including traditional Native American varieties via classroom nutrition lessons and a school wide... Read more
2008 4-H After School Program | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Wind River Agriculture, 4-H, Environment and Natural Resources, Gardening, Leadership, Youth and Families
4-H programs across the country have been offering youth opportunities to grow in citizenship, leadership, and life skills for decades. The four “H’s”, which stand for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are used as the basis for promoting positive development of youth through a variety of fun,... Read more
Science Engineering & Technology Education | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Colville 4-H, Science and Technology, Youth and Families
WSU Colville Reservation Extension promotes positive youth development through the development of 4-H clubs in each of the 4 districts on the Colville Reservation. In 2008, 4-H is committed to educating youth in the areas of SET (Science, Engineering & Technology). 4-H has launched a new... Read more
Riding Helmet and Rider Safety Education | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Colville 4-H, Youth and Families
The Colville Tribal people have expressed a concern that there is a lack of horse knowledge among the area youth and this is important as horses are an important part of the Colvilles’ culture and heritage. In 2008, the TANF program provided several horse training/riding clinics across the... Read more
Integrated Weed Control | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Colville Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources
Reservation lands are being over-run by non-native noxious weeds. The tribal people prefer to control weeds as naturally as possible and to be as safe and cautious as possible when utilizing pesticides in order to protect off target plants such as huckleberries, roots, etc. Read more
Agriculture in the Classroom in Indian Country | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Warm Springs Agriculture, 4-H, Gardening, Youth and Families
Tribal youth are being challenged today by modern lifestyles that detach them from natural resources and traditional agricultural understanding. In addition, the Warm Springs Tribal Council is emphasizing tribal youth development especially with regards to natural resources. The Warm Springs... Read more
Weed Management | Program Highlight | Updated 7 years 22 weeks ago
Warm Springs Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development
Noxious weeds continue to be a serious threat to the viability of western rangelands. Weeds can outcompete native plants, use water resources, and threaten native plant communities. The tribal Council and community of Warm Springs is concerned about the continued threat of weed invasion. In... Read more