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Participants of the 2023 NAFWS Summer Youth Practicum looking through binoculars.
Announcement

The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS) is now accepting applications for its 2024 Summer Youth Practicum.

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Alaskan landscape
Announcement

The National Tribal & Indigenous Climate Conference (NTICC) invites you to submit proposals that discuss climate-related impacts, assessments, tools, adaptation, mitigation, actions, and the intersection of western science and adaptation strategies with Traditional/Indigenous Knowledges to be presented at the 2024 NTICC.

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Oil painting of moments in the migration of the Zuni people. In the foreground a kachina and a parrot figure divide the canvas into paneled landscapes of oceans, waterways, forested foothills, the Grand Canyon, and pueblo structures with superimposed petroglyphs.
Announcement
The Division of Environmental Service and Cultural Resource Management is happy to announce the winners of the 2024 Young Tribal Leaders Art Contest! Date:
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Press Release

President's 2025 Budget maintains strong support for Tribal communities.

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Tribal Agriculture Fellowship. Growing Leaders. Cultivating Minds. The mission of TAF is to create opportunities for students to advance their education with the purpose of preserving and promoting the legacy of agriculture in Tribal communities.
Announcement
Current and prospective Indigenous students pursuing career and technical education (CTE) in agriculture-related fields can apply now to be part of the 2024 cohort of the Tribal Agriculture Fellowship (TAF). Date:
2024 National Tribal Leaders Climate Summit. Convening Indigenous leadership to advance climate action. April 15-17, 2024 Muckleshoot Casino Resort. Register Today! www.atnitribes.org/climatechange/ts
Announcement
Tribal youth are encouraged to attend, participate in, and request scholarships for the 2024 National Tribal Leaders Climate Summit. This annual conference hosted by the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) takes place on April 15-17 in Auburn, Washington, and will engage Tribal leaders, citizens, staff, youth, and collaborators in conversation about navigating the cultural, economic, and social challenges of climate change. Date:
Two small fish in a container behind held up by a person
Announcement
Interested in a water resources career? Conservation Legacy’s Stewards Individual Placement Program partners with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) to offer the 2024 BIA WaterCorps program. Date:
A photo of the Haskell Indian Nations University sign on campus.
Press Release

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Indian Education and the Native American Agriculture Fund today announced a historic investment in a new agriculture business degree program in partnership with Haskell Indian Nations University. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland made the announcement in remarks at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium’s Annual Legislative Summit in Washington, D.C.

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Press Release

24/7 crisis support available at all BIE and Tribal schools

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