Tribes and Sustainable Development Workshop Materials

Posted on: August 1st, 2012 by Kathy Nothstine

On July 26-27, 2012, NADO Research Foundation hosted a workshop with a small group of HUD Sustainable Communities Initiative grantees working in tribal communities. This workshop was designed to build the capacity of grantees working with tribal nations to develop strong planning and economic development strategies.

Click on the links below to download workshop presentations and other resources:

Agenda and Participant Information

Positioning Tribes as Economic Competitors

Developing Plans and Putting Them into Action: Bottom-Up Community Planning and Economic Development in Indian Country

Growing Entrepreneurs in the Green Economy

Communications Clinic: Articulating Your Goals and Developing Your Message

Raising Additional Funds and Navigating Legal and Financial Frameworks

Federal Resources Available for Indian Country

Turning Crisis into Opportunity

Opportunity Link also provided links to a web series and documentary that explores the success of coordinated public transportation in remote Northcentral Montana, available here (http://www NULL.opportunitylinkmt NULL.org/projects NULL.php?id=29).

This entry was posted in Regional and Community Planning, Sustainable Development, Training and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.