Category Archives: Native America Issues

News about community-based development and renewable energy in Native America

Cutting the Coal Chain

By Roger Clark The cover of High Country News recently featured the fall of Mohave coal plant’s 400-foot-tall smokestack. Mohave was the first major coal plant in our nation to close in 2005. It shut down due to a court-ordered … Continue reading

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Artists as Advocates on the Colorado Plateau

As the digital age advances, conservation organizations like the Grand Canyon Trust are finding new ways to inspire the public to respond to climate change, habitat and biodiversity loss, and energy development; issues that threaten all communities and species throughout … Continue reading

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Citizen Science: How YOU Can Help Answer Hard Questions and Solve Tough Problems

In 2013 more than 200 volunteers donated 15,000 hours of their time, sweat, and brainpower to important on-the-ground conservation and restoration work. It was quite a year for the Volunteer Program! We all had tons of fun making new friends, reconnecting … Continue reading

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Web RFP for The Native American Incubator Network

The NAIN is seeking proposals from an experienced graphic design and website firm to re-develop and re-create the existing Native American Incubator Network website and implement components required to meet the functional needs of the website. Along with the architectural … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon Trust receives $100,000 grant

On September, 8 2013, U.S Representative Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., announced a $99,690 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program to provide business counseling and mentoring to eight applicant businesses, and assist with determining partnerships with state small … Continue reading

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‘Who is your customer?’ Workshop September 19, 2013

Come join our upcoming Lunch and Learn Series workshop to be held 10 AM to 1 PM, September 19, in St. Michaels, AZ. Enjoy free coffee, lunch, and an amazing hands-on workshop conducted by Heather Fleming, CEO of Catapult Design. … Continue reading

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