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  • Jan 09, 2015 Archaeological Heritage of Colorado’s Ute Tribe Part of National Forests’ History in Rocky Mountain Region
  • There are small piles of fallen wooden timbers on national forests in the Rocky Mountain Region that tell a story of the area’s past. They are part of aboriginal wooden structures known as wickiups, a conical-shaped dwelling used by native people. These relics are known to be part of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of [...]

  • Dec 05, 2014 Secretary’s Column: USDA Partners with Native Americans
  • Shortly after taking office, I joined other Cabinet officials on a visit to rural Southwest Alaska. We met with Alaska Native leaders and heard firsthand the difficulties facing Native Americans living in small communities in remote, rural areas. Since that time, this administration has worked each day to provide Native Americans with improved housing, better [...]

  • Dec 05, 2014 The Sixth Tribal Nations Conference – Focusing on Youth
  • This week marked the sixth consecutive year tribal leaders have gathered here in Washington at the President’s invitation to meet with key members of the Obama Administration, but this time is different: more than three dozen youth ambassadors were in attendance to kick off “Generation Indigenous” (Gen-I) – a new initiative calling for programs focused [...]

  • Dec 05, 2014 Green Thumbs near Green Bay: Menominee Tribe Cultivates Nutrition Education
  • Cooking knowledge, proper planning, and access to healthy foods are essential ingredients to healthy diets.  I witnessed this firsthand when I traveled to the food distribution center of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, one of the 20 Indian Tribal Organizations that received funding in 2014 from USDA’s Food Distribution Program Nutrition Education (FDPNE) grants.  [...]

     

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