Federal Court Sides With Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in Land Suit

Federal Court Sides With Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in Land Suit

“We all share a profound belief in the importance of tribal sovereignty as a vehicle to preserve and protect our culture and traditions. This is what has driven our people to fight day in and day out to ensure our land remains in trust,” Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal...

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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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Minnesota Tribal Casinos in Varying Stages of Reopening

Minnesota Tribal Casinos in Varying Stages of Reopening

Seven Clans Casino, Warroad reopened on May 28 with restricted hours and safety requirements including masks must be worn at all times. (Courtesy Red Lake Nation)Minnesota’s 19 Tribal casinos are owned and operated by its 11 federally recognized Tribes, and those that...

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Podcast Episode 13: MHA Nation Chairman Mark N. Fox

Podcast Episode 13: MHA Nation Chairman Mark N. Fox

On episode 13 of the Native Business Podcast, your hosts and founders/publishers of Native Business Magazine, Gary (Cherokee Nation) and Carmen (Chippewa-Cree Tribe, Makah Tribe and Yakama Nation) Davis, are joined by Mark N. Fox, Chairman of the Mandan Hidatsa &...

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Cherokee Nation Business' team of globally competitive contracting companies is now Cherokee Federal.Cherokee Nation Businesses has rebranded its diversified businesses, announcing a new name, logos, website and social media accounts with a shared aim of better...

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USDA Approves Three More Tribes’ Hemp Plans

USDA Approves Three More Tribes’ Hemp Plans

On Thursday, plans for hemp production put forth by the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and the Santee Sioux Nation were approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) under the nation’s Domestic Hemp Production Program. These latest...

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