Securing a PPP Loan Helped to Power Tocabe’s Reopening

Securing a PPP Loan Helped to Power Tocabe’s Reopening

Tocabe counts two brick-and-mortar locations, plus a food truck. “Within days of the lockdowns beginning we lost 80% of our sales,” Ben Jacobs, the Osage co-founder of Tocabe, told Native Business. (Photo by Rachel Greiman, Green Chair Stories) For more than 11 years,...

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Quapaw Nation Keeps the Meat Supply Moving

Quapaw Nation Keeps the Meat Supply Moving

Angus cattle roam Quapaw lands. Beyond serving outside customers, the Quapaw Nation raises more than 1,300 cattle and bison on their ranch for processing. As a USDA-inspected facility, meat can be shipped across state lines and sold in public markets. (Courtesy Quapaw...

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Pandemic Will Not Deter MGE’s Plans for Athens Resort

Pandemic Will Not Deter MGE’s Plans for Athens Resort

The COVID-19 pandemic may have temporarily shuttered all 7 of Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment’s (MGE) casinos, but the economic setback, to the tune of tens of millions of dollars each month (March-June) has not slowed down MGE’s plans to proceed with “turning...

FireKeepers Opens First Tribally Owned Sportsbook in Michigan

FireKeepers Opens First Tribally Owned Sportsbook in Michigan

FireKeepers Casino Hotel and Tribal officials cut a ribbon to mark the grand opening of Dacey’s Sportsbook.Patrons started casting wagers at Dacey's Sportsbook & Taphouse at FireKeepers Casino Hotel on June 22nd. The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi-owned...

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Washington Tribes Leverage the Cannabis Economy

Washington Tribes Leverage the Cannabis Economy

Remedy Tulalip is based in Quil Ceda Village, the Tulalip Tribes’ shopping/entertainment district, located off the I-5 corridor just north of Seattle. (Genna Martin, Courtesy Remedy Tulalip)This article originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture &...

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A Beef With Ag Financing Leads to an Innovative Alternative

A Beef With Ag Financing Leads to an Innovative Alternative

Zach Ducheneaux, the Intertribal Agriculture Council’s new executive director. (Photo by Chris Dickinson)This Q&A originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture & Natural Resources” print edition of Native Business Magazine. The Intertribal...

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5 More Tribal Hemp Plans Receive Federal Go-Ahead 

5 More Tribal Hemp Plans Receive Federal Go-Ahead 

Five Tribal hemp proposals got the federal green light Thursday. The newly approved plans include those of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in western Oklahoma, Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South...

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