Friday, October 31, 2014

National Drought Mitigation Center

Tribal Drought Plans and Resources

Several Native American tribes have lands that are in arid or semi-arid parts of the country, and include drought planning as part of their land management programs.

If you have additional or more recent information that should be listed with these resources, please email ndmc@unl.edu.

Cooperative Drought Contingency Plan - Hualapai ReservationVisit site
Indian Range Livestock Production in the West and Southwest: Entering, Enduring, and Emerging from Drought ConditionsVisit site
Navajo Nation Drought Contingency PlanVisit site
Northern Cheyenne Tribe Drought Mitigation PlanVisit site
Zuni Drought Contingency PlanVisit site
Analyzing tribal drought management: a case study of the Hualapai tribeMore Information
Case Study of Tribal Drought Planning: The Hualapai TribeMore Information

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