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Sustainable Tribal Economies: A Guide to Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America

Sustainable Tribal Economies: A Guide to Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America

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Sustainable Tribal Economies: A Guide to Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America
Sustainable Tribal Economies: A Guide to Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America

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Published by: Mindy101Smith on Apr 24, 2012
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SUSTAINABLE TRIBAL EcoNomIES
A Guide to Restoring Energy and Food Sovereignty in Native America
A PUBLICATION OF HONOR THE EARTH
 
Honor tHe eartH’s Mission
Our mission is to create awareness and support or Native environmental issues and to develop needed fnancial and politi-cal resources or the survival o sustainable Native communities. Honor the Earth develops these resources by using music, the arts, the media, and Indigenous wisdom to ask people to recognize our joint dependency on the Earth and be a voice or those not heard.
acknowledgMents:
Cover Art:
Jonathan Thunder
Researched and written by Honor the Earth sta and volunteers:
Winona LaDuke, Faye Brown, Nellis Kennedy, Tom Reed,Luke Warner and Andrea Keller.
Design
: Kevin Brown, Smart Set, Inc.
Special thanks to
the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, Surdna Foundation, Nathan Cummings Foundation, Sol-idago Foundation, Turner Foundation, Carolyn Foundation and the Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock or unding Honor the Earth’s Energy Justice Initiative and this booklet.
Thanks to
Reed Aubin, PennElys Goodshield, Bob Gough, Chase Iron Eyes, Kim Knutson, Christopher Reed, and Lisa Ringeror their contributions to this booklet.
Thank you
 
to
our Advisory Board, representing the Indigenous Environmental Network and Indigenous Women’s Network,or years o collaboration, commitment and leadership: Charon Asetoyer, Faith Gemmill, Tom Goldtooth, Heather Milton-Lightening and Anne White Hat.
“ We are the Keepers o this Earth.Those are divinely mandated in-structions to us. We are at an incred-ible challenge at this point o our  journey. We have been blessed by being Indigenous. What a blessing,and what a responsibility.” 
 — Dr. Henrietta Mannat the Native Peoples Native HomelandsClimate Change Workshop,November 2009
 
Sustainable Tribal Economies
a guide to restoring energy and Food sovereignty in native aMericaa PuBlication oF Honor tHe eartH
2104 Stevens Avenue SouthMinneapolis, MN 55404(612) 879-7529ino@honorearth.org  www.honorearth.org 

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