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Las Vegas, Nevada | November 13-15, 2018

Innovative socio economic opportunities

Our Vision: Exercising Tribal sovereignty through socio economic development. Providing jobs to Tribal community, promoting Tribal business.

Enhancing the Lives of Tribal Communities

economic development

Agriculture, Energy, Commerce, Water & Transportation, Eco-Tourism Projects

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planning

Projects built to incorporate each community needs

strategic partnerships

Providing infrastructure support connecting Tribal governments, communities and partners

 

business management

All Tribal programs at federal and state levels, as well as implementing economic development projects from concept to construction

 

Connecting with the Community

Native Network Consulting have presented for some outstanding organizations.

California Tribal Water Summit
California Tribal
Water Summit
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Native American Finance Officers Association
Native American Finance Officers Association

Hemp: One of our planets most important natural resources

We believe Tribes can utilize their strength in government operations, business enterprises and land/resource management to be successful and lead the way in growing hemp in the US. Dating thousands of years back, Tribes are good stewards of land and have an opportunity to support communities using an agriculture crop that is at the beginning stages of a huge economic up shift. Now is the time for Tribes to exercise their sovereignty and to be leaders in this industry.

Industry Insight

Hemp in the News

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Hemp is on the Horizon. Will it Change the Game for Farm Country?

HEMP REPORT: TOP 10 U.S. STATES - Hemp Industry Daily

 

 

 

Congress could soon approve a bill to fully legalize the cultivation of industrial hemp. But will farmers grow it sustainably and take advantage of its environmental benefits before Big Ag gets in the game?

 

Cannabis research firm Brightfield Group estimates that the U.S. market for hemp-derived CBD hit $291 million in 2017 and will balloon to $1.65 billion by 2021 – growth of more than 500% in just four years.

Farming Act of 2018

To amend the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 to provide for State and Tribal regulation of hemp production, and for other purposes.

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