Publications

Indian Country Extension publications listed by publication year.

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2008

Agriculture in the Classroom in Indian Country | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 34 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
Agriculture - Where It Begins | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 34 weeks ago
Choctaw Animals, 4-H, Crops, Gardening
The Choctaw tribe is located in central and southern Mississippi. The vast majority of tribal members live in rural areas where exposure to agriculture and many of the state’s natural resources are limited. A very high percentage of tribal families live and work in these rural communities. With... Read more
Agriculture and Natural Resources Education | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 34 weeks ago
Fond du Lac, Leech Lake Water, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources, Gardening, Leadership, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Youth and Families
This program seeks to identify and map existing needs and available resources related to species of significance to A.Iculture and the quality of the environment related to supporting sustainable use of native species on Leech Lake Reservation and the Fond du Lac Reservation. With this information... Read more
Advancing Horticultural Programming | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 34 weeks ago
Bay Mills 4-H, Community Resources and Economic Development, Gardening, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Youth and Families
The Michigan Federally-recognized Tribes Extension Project (FRTEP) seeks to support the health, well-being, financialindependence and cultural preservation of four Michigan Indian tribes through the creation of a full-time Tribal Extension Educator position that will assist the tribes in advancing... Read more

2007

AIPRA and Estate Planning | Article | Updated 9 years 34 weeks ago
Community Resources and Economic Development
This article seeks to provide information about the American Indian Probate Reform (AIPRA) Act of 2004 and the AIPRA Fact Sheets. Read more