Topic - Natural Resources

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GIS technology helps tribes tackle planning and projects

American Indian tribes are turning to GIS (geographic information system) tools for land management, community planning, and other purposes.
Jacob Wascalus
October 2014 - Community Dividend

Hard rock café

New metal mining development in the Ninth District
Phil Davies
July 2014 - fedgazette

Pedal to the metal

Mining is on the upswing in the Ninth District, but prospects for long-term growth remain uncertain
Phil Davies
July 2014 - fedgazette

First-ever tribal national park planned for Pine Ridge

April 2014 - Community Dividend

Bakken stands out in comparison with other shale drilling areas

Rob Grunewald, Dulguun Batbold
January 2014 - fedgazette

Dealing with gas

Long-neglected natural gas is undergoing its own infrastructure boom focused on high-value gas liquids
Phil Davies
April 2013 - fedgazette

The beetle and the damage done

A pine-killing insect could be a game changer for forest products firms in Montana and South Dakota
Phil Davies
November 2012 - fedgazette

Tourism survives beetle attack

Phil Davies
November 2012 - fedgazette

Sand surge

In Minnesota and Wisconsin, frac sand mining has lifted local economies—and stirred opposition
Phil Davies
July 2012 - fedgazette

Desperately seeking workers in the oil patch

Jobs go begging in booming western North Dakota and northeastern Montana
Phil Davies
April 2012 - fedgazette

Energizing Native economies: Tribes build corporate governance to spur investment and development

Some American Indian tribes are overhauling their corporate governance structures in order to facilitate energy projects and other economic development on tribal lands.
Paula Woessner
January 2012 - Community Dividend

Roll out the (wine) barrel

Winemaking is an emerging niche market in the district
Phil Davies
November 2010 - fedgazette

Ninth District community developers use green innovations to help make housing affordable

For affordable housing developers, the goal of "going green" is not only to provide permanent shelter and community stabilization at a lower cost, but to provide low-income families with long-term red
Deborah Booth Summers
October 2010 - Community Dividend

Pedal to the metal in the Bakken

After a slowdown, North Dakota’s oil industry is going full bore
Phil Davies
June 2010 - fedgazette

The Bitter Effect of Cartels

In a case study of the U.S. sugar industry, James Schmitz and co-authors demonstrate that cartels can lead to big reductions in productivity
Joe Mahon
June 2010 - The Region

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