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Native Americans & the Environment: Resources

Tom Goldtooth at the Indigenous Environmental Network, Box 485, Bemidji, MN 56601; (218) 751-4967; e-mail:ien@econet.apc.org

The Indigenous Women's Network can be reached at RR 1, Box 308, Ponsford, MN; (218) 573-3049 (phone); (218) 573-3060 (fax)..

The Seventh Generation Fund is a Native American foundation that provides funding for Native environmental, social justice, and cultural organizations. For more information, contact Chris Peters at (707) 825-7640 (phone); (707) 825-7639 (fax); or by e-mail: 7gen@humboldt1.com

Other funding agencies concerned with Native American issues are:

  • The First Nations Development Trust: contact Mary Anne Quinlan, development director; (540) 371-5615.
  • Fund for the Four Directions, (212) 768-1430

Dine CARE can be reached at P.O. Box 1992, Shiprock, NM 87420; (505) 368-5890.

The National Environmental Coalition of Native Americans (NECONA), Grace Thorpe, president; 2213 W. 8th, Prague, OK 74864; (405) 567-4297 (phone/fax).


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