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An Aquaponic Farming Dream Grows Green

An Aquaponic Farming Dream Grows Green

Choctaw brothers and founders of Symbiotic Aquaponic Shelby (left) and Kaben Smallwood (right) stand beside their aquaponic systems. (Courtesy Symbiotic Aquaponic)​This article originally appeared in the June 2019 “Tourism, Agriculture & Natural Resources” print...

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Michigan Tribes Face Service Loss Among COVID-19 Casino Closures

Michigan Tribes Face Service Loss Among COVID-19 Casino Closures

FireKeepers Casino Hotel, one of the largest employers in Battle Creek, Michigan, has been closed since March 16. (Photo by Patman Droneography)All 12 of the federally recognized Tribes in Michigan own and operate casinos, all of which are currently shuttered due to...

When Should Casinos Reopen? Coeur d’Alene Says Now, Others Wait

When Should Casinos Reopen? Coeur d’Alene Says Now, Others Wait

Tribal casinos, closed for weeks due to COVID-19, must now decide whether or how much to reopen. Their dilemma mirrors those of businesses all over the U.S., as they try to balance the desire to get back to work with the advice of medical experts and often...

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New Farm Bill to Overhaul Hemp Industry

New Farm Bill to Overhaul Hemp Industry

The 2018 Farm Bill legalizes commercial production of hemp and explicitly honors tribes’ authority to implement programs that allow the cultivation of industrial hemp—regardless of state law.

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A Common Theme Binds Native Business Magazine’s June 2019 Issue: Through Agricultural, Natural Resource & Tourism Development, We Empower Self-Reliance

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