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    Native Lands - National Trails, Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps are Project Excellence winners!


    South Lake Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada – The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals (SORP) is proud to announce the winners of the 2024 Project Excellence and Individual Service Awards, recognizing outstanding contributions to the outdoor recreation profession.

    Source: The Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals

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    Tribal climate leaders come together to share pain, solutions and laughter


    Indigenous people from around the U.S. and Canada convened in Auburn last week, for a summit meeting on tribal climate leadership. Hosted every other year by the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, the event also includes tribal partners such as environmental groups, researchers and energy developers.

    One of the first panel discussions showcased stories from young tribal leaders. Among them was 27-year-old Aeon Albert from the Hopi Tribe in northern Arizona, who works with the Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps.

    Source: KNKX NPR (National Public Radio)

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    Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps to launch new Wind River Reservation office

    Press Release

    The Ancestral Lands Conservation Corps has announced the launch of a new office within the Wind River Reservation community

    Source: County 10™

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    Restoring Connection to the Land


    Indigenous trail crews empower the next generation of environmental stewards

    Source: Western Confluence magazine

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    ALCC Acoma awarded the Heart of the Land Award for Outstanding Leadership in Farming and Ranching award


    Today on 01/25/2024 the ALCC Acoma program were awarded the Heart of the Land Award for Outstanding Leadership in Farming and Ranching award. The Acoma office’s work on their growing Traditional Farm Corps have focused on restoring local food systems through agriculture, seed, rematriation, & learning traditional knowledge that come from planting.

    Source: Farm to Table New Mexico

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