Publications

Indian Country Extension publications listed by publication year.

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2008

Conducting Research on the Navajo Nation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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 9 years 24 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
Conducting Research on the Hualapai Reservation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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
Conducting Research on the Hopi Reservation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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 9 years 24 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
Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) and Producer Implications | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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 9 years 24 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
Creek Nation 4-H | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 25 weeks ago
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Agriculture, Leadership, Science and Technology, Youth and Families
The benefits of 4-H are well documented, these benefits include increased communication skills, positive self-image, moreeffective inter-personnel skills and increased public service. These skills are typically those very skills Native American youth need improvement in. Making the benefits of 4-H... Read more
Community Education Programs | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 25 weeks ago
Cherokee Community Resources and Economic Development, Gardening
Examples of Community Education Programs are the Smoky Mountain Beekeepers, Tsa La Gi Master Gardeners and the Cherokee Native Plant Study Group. Opportunities are for adults to participate in informal education are few in the remote Appalachian Mountains. Education can lead to a better quality of... Read more