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Tribal land consolidation and resource inventory
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Indian Affairs.
Hearings held in Rapid City, S.D., and Washington, D.C., July 14 and Aug. 27, 1976
|Series||Serial - House, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs ; no. 94-74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 138 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||138|
fractional land interests to tribal nations. A $ billion Trust Land Consolidation Fund from the Cobell Settlement enables these payments. The Buy-Back Program is designed to help individuals unlock lands from the failures of past policies, to benefit tribal nations and the American Indian populations they serve. Indian Trust Landowner’s Questions & Answers. Umatilla Land Buy-Back Program Aug The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation worked with the Department of Interior Land Buy-Back Program to determine Umatilla Indian Reservation Allotments as land priorities for purchase through the Land Buy-Back Program.
Why is land consolidation important? Strengthens tribal sovereignty Land consolidation increases the ability of tribal governments to make decisions about the land and frees up resources that have been locked up as land interests have fractionated exponentially over time. Tribal and Federal stakeholders break ground on the $9 million Pine Ridge. Land Environmental Protection in Indian Country. Related Information. Cleaning Up, Protecting and Preserving Tribal Lands Exit, a network of tribal representatives and intertribal consortia that serve as a tribal technical resource, site listings on tribal lands. Major CERCLA provisions of interest to tribes include.
Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations. 7th Annual Partners In Action Conference. Milwaukee, WI. J Implements the land consolidation component of the Cobell Settlement Agreement to purchase: inventory, maps, and self -addressed return envelope. Tribal land consolidation and resource inventory [microform]: hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, second session, on H.R.
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Get this from a library. Tribal land consolidation and resource inventory: hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, second session on H.R. Rapid City, S. Tribal land consolidation and resource inventory book Dak., J and Washington, D.C., Aug [United States.
Tribal land consolidation and resource inventory: hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, ninety-fourth Congress, second session on H.R. to authorize Indian tribes to consolidate their land holdings, to provide for inventories of Indian trust resources, and for other purposes.
land consolidation strategies. As a result, these advisories serve to provide information to the Department in advance of implementation efforts. Our objective was to review the challenges and efficiencies presented by federal and/or tribal government involvement in the implementation of the land consolidation provisions in Cabell.
pursuant to the Indian Land Consolidation Act (ILCA), (November 7,25 U.S.C. § Sec. The grant is issued as an easement. An easement for ROW creates an interest in the land, is for limited use or enjoyment, can be protected against third parties, and is not terminable at will by the Indian landowner.
The ROW must be in Size: 1MB. Rangeland Resource Inventory and Vegetation Monitoring: 9/09/14 Tribal Land Assignments: 2/11/ 10 Account Restriction Policy for the Indian Land Consolidation Program: K Suicide Prevention, Early Intervention, and Postvention Services: 7/28/ The Tribal Lands Department employs approximately 35 specialists in real estate and land management.
The Tribal Realty Office started out in the mids, with two employees located in Ronan along with Bureau of Indian Affairs Realty staff. Tribal Realty became a part of the Tribal Natural Resources Department when it was established in The Tribal Transportation Program mission is to provide safe and adequate transportation and public road access to and within Indian reservations in the Great Plains Region, Indian lands and communities for Native Americans, visitors, recreationists, resource uses and others while contributing to economic development, self-determination, and employment of Native Americans.
The rules that govern oil, gas and mining on American Indian tribal lands are complex, and the tribes that seek economic development through natural resources face a range of challenges.
In this report, Revenue Watch gives an overview of the issues and describes current approaches to natural resource management.
Native American Lands and Natural Resource Development 5 2. Project Background The issues surrounding extraction on U.S. Indian lands are extraordinarily complex.
The analysis in this report is limited to a discrete set of extractive activities, namely the exploitation of oil, gas and mineral resources on tribal trust land.
The government has a responsibility under this trust in two broad areas: property oriented duties to protect tribal property and assets (natural resources such as water, oil, timber, etc.), and honor the guarantee of self-government and that tribal lands must be preserved as a base for Native cultures.
The Amendments authorized the Secretary of the Interior to acquire from willing sellers, and at fair market value, any fractional interest in trust or restricted land, to: Prevent further fractionation; Consolidate fractional interests and ownership into usable parcels in the name of the Tribe/Band; in a manner that enhances tribal sovereignty.
4) Inventory of cadastral maps and land registry map 5) Valuation 6) Elaboration of plan 7) Survey of the new boundaries 8) Decision making. The main objective of the study is to make the process of land consolidation easy, fast and accurate with the help of GIS techniques.
Land consolidation will further help in easy access. TITLE I—INDIAN LAND CONSOLIDATION SEC. FINDINGS. Congress finds that— (1) in the ’s and early ’s, the United States sought to assimilate Indian people into the surrounding non-Indian culture by allotting tribal lands to individual members of Indian tribes; (2) as a result of the allotment Acts and related Federal.
Cleaning Up, Protecting and Preserving Tribal Lands Cleaning up contaminated land, pursuant to EPA's statutory authorities, protects human health and the environment, while enabling tribal communities and other stakeholders to pursue future beneficial use or reuse of resources for economic, environmental, and traditional purposes.
The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Energy Program is a relatively new addition to the Tribal Natural Resources Department. Projects to date, and currently underway include the establishment of a baseline of tribal facilities' energy use, energy audits of Tribal facilities, assessments of the potential for renewable energy on the reservation (solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and.
Land Department. The Leech Lake Land Department is responsible for the administration and management of all tribal, band and allotted lands as it relates to surface and subsurface leasing, permitting and rights-of-way, land acquisition and disposal, trust estates planning and implementation of land use ordinances; in order to maximize utilization of Indian lands.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie's lawyers understand that Tribal lands are rich in natural resources and include reserves of oil, gas, uranium, coal, timber, water and other minerals and resources.
Our lawyers also know that Tribal lands have great potential to generate significant renewable resources—estimated at over 9, MW-- through wind. Inventory, land-use capability and extended legend information can be used in planning at national, regional, district, and catchment levels.
On a national level, for example, Electricorp via a consortium of consultants, used the NZLRI to plan a corridor for routeing new transmission lines. Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians - Tribal Land Management. The Lac du Flambeau Land Management Program provides a wide array of real estate services to the Tribe and its members.
It also assists with general responsibility information for Tribal and Allotted lands within the boundaries of the Lac du Flambeau Reservation. Developing Clean Energy Projects on Tribal Lands 9 About the DOE Office of Indian Energy The DOE Office of Indian Energy offers a number of resources to sup-port the development of renewable energy resources on tribal lands.
Energy Resource Library The DOE Office of Indian Energy’s Web-based Energy Resource. Native Land Law (CLEs) ILTF worked in partnership with the Indian Law Resource Center () to develop a set of 17 General Principles of law that create a legal framework to guide the future development of federal law relating to Indian land and resources.
The resulting publication, Native Land Law: General Principles of Law Relating to Native Lands and Natural Resources.Tribal land consolidation plan is to facilitate consolidation of Tribal land holdings and to reduce the number of small individual fractionated interests in Indian Trust or restricted fee lands by allowing for exchanges and/or sales of such lands to the Tribe and/or individuals in order to consolidate titles.
ADOPTION OF LAND File Size: KB.Land exchange can be a powerful tool for land owners to consolidate their undivided interests into a single tract of land. According to Oglala Sioux Tribal Resolution (see Appendix 1, page 89), individuals may exchange their allotted land with the Oglala Sioux Tribe as long as the lease income is the same or greater than the lease income.