Publications

Indian Country Extension publications listed by publication year.

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2008

Quick Facts - San Carlos Apache Reservation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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 9 years 24 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
Quick Facts - The Hualapai Reservation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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
Quick Facts - The Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation (C.R.I.T.) | Article | Updated 9 years 24 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
Quick Facts - The Navajo Nation | Article | Updated 9 years 24 weeks ago
Navajo Nation Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Environment and Natural Resources
Consisting of 27,000 square miles in the states of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, the Navajo Nation, geographically, is the largest Native American reservation in the U.S. The area of the reservation is greater that that of the states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont combined. The... Read more