A Primer: Extension, Indian Land Tenure, and Rangeland Limitations
Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program (FRTEP)
Indian Land Tenure
Indian Country Extension
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CitationBrewer, J. P., Hiller, J. G., Burke, S., & Teegerstrom, T. (2016). A Primer: Extension, Indian Land Tenure, and Rangeland Limitations. Rangelands, 38(1), 16-22.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractOn the Ground • Rangelands in Indian Country are unique. Legal and historical realities present challenges to range and natural resources management not seen outside of Indian Country. • Cooperative Extension educational programs are highly valued for their important impact on Agriculture and Natural Resources in counties. These programs exist on less then 10% of Americas Indian Reservations. Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program (FRTEP) personnel, in the few places where they are funded, are a sought after resource to tribal individuals and communities in Indian Country.
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