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Natural Resources in Tribal Nations

Digitally transform natural resources management for greater sustainability

Safeguard resources with GIS

The maintaining of land and natural resources is key to the political and economic self-determination and self-sufficiency of many tribes. The safeguarding of tribal assets—such as water, hunting, fishing, sacred sites, and environmental rights—plays a vital role in preserving a tribe's culture and combating food insecurity and climate change. Using GIS software and location intelligence helps tribal leaders and decision-makers make informed decisions about resource management. Visualize assets, understand trends, and plan for the future while improving regenerative practices and ensuring social equity.

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Streamline natural resources management



Responding to the climate emergency with Indigenou

James Rattling Leaf, Sr., brings data and science together with traditional ecological knowledge in GIS to foster tribal climate resilience.

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