6th Annual Iron Pony Run InterTribal Honor Run

Please read the attached flyer regarding the 6th Annual Iron Pony InterTribal Honor Run to end Domestic Violence from July 23-26, 2015 from the Black Hills to Central South Dakota. You will find information for registration, fee and contact information included in the flyer. For any questions, please call Rex Carolin at (623) 385-6847 or email him at rexcarolin@indigenousriders.com. Thank you!!

Yakama Nation Treaty Days

One of ITBC's Member Tribes, Yakama Nation, would like to invite everyone near and far to their Annual Yakama Nation 160th Treaty Day Commemoration. "Honoring Nipo Strongheart" is the theme for Yakama Nation's Treaty Days this year. Attached is the flyer that shows dates and times for all events happening.

Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative

Native Youth in Food and Agriculture: Summer Leadership Summit 2015 - Application Process Still OPEN!
Location: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville, Arkansas Hosts: Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at the University of Arkansas School of Law Farm Credit Council Intertribal Agriculture Council National FFA Organization Application Information: The deadline for all applicants is June 1st, 2015, but spaces are limited, so please encourage interested youth to get their applications in as soon as possible.

Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council Position Advertisement for Financial Resource Officer & Executive Director Position

On behalf of Cheryl Belcourt, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council, please read the attached files regarding job announcements with the Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council. The due date to have applications turned in by is May 8, 2015.

Managing Bison Herds - Native America Calling Radio Interview with Jim Stone, Mark Azure & Goodshield Aguilar

The bison population in Yellowstone National Park is the oldest in the United States. Bison are unique because of their return from virtual extinction, but tensions rise each year over the management of the bison population in the park. Some groups oppose limiting or slaughtering the population on the Montana side of the park. Other concerns include the spread of brucellosis from bison to cattle. Yellowstone management works with tribes to provide bison for consumption and raising herds. What are the keys to managing bison herds? Are tribes being included in the management process?

Bison Coordinator Wanted in Alda, Nebraska

National Bison Association
Special Announcement
 
Bison Coordinator Wanted    

New Poll Shows Strong Support for Bison Restoration in Montana

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 8, 2015
Contact: Melanie Gade: mgade@defenders.org (202) 772-0288
 New Poll Shows Strong Support for Bison Restoration in Montana
HELENA, Mont.

How is the National School Lunch Program Working in Indian Country?

Please click on the link for the following story regarding how the National School Lunch Program is working in Indian Country:
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