Energy & Mineral Revenue From US Native Lands (2008-2020)

About this Dashboard This data dashboard, developed by the Native Lands Advocacy Project, summarizes data from the US Department of Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR) for US Native Lands for the period of 2008 through 2020. This dashboard also has the data for all federal lands. 0 Resource Types 0 Land Class 0 Years of […]

Announcing Our New Storymap: The Legacy of Allotment on Contemporary Native Agriculture

What did early reservation agriculture look like? What is the settler colonial myth, and how has it distorted the perception of Native agriculture? What is the historical legacy of allotment? How are Native communities actively resisting and healing from this legacy? The Native Lands Advocacy Project is thrilled to announce our newest storymap: The Legacy of […]

Demographics Dashboard for US Native Lands

About this Dashboard This dashboard summarises data from the US Census ACS 5YR 2017, which aggregates for tribal geographies data collected by the Census at the Tribal Census Tracts-level. It allows to easily navigate key thematic information using the tabs menu. Raw Data available for download on the Tables Tab. 0 Native Land Areas 0 […]

Announcing Our New “Preserving Intact Habitat on Native Lands” Storymap!

What is intact habitat, and why is it important? How has preserving intact habitat been the key to addressing tribal priorities? What resource tools exist for tribes to utilize in their own intact habitat planning?  To help answer these questions and more, NLAP is happy to announce our new storymap, Preserving Intact Habitat on US […]

Announcing New Updates to Our National Land Cover Database Dashboard!

By Raven McMullin  //  April 18, 2022 NLAP remains committed to making available to Tribes, Native organizations, and land caretakers the most relevant and current data critical for Native land planning and research. In furtherance of this commitment, we are excited to announce new updates to our National Land Cover Database Dashboard (NLCD) along with a […]

Pine Ridge Land Information System (PRLIS)

The Pine Ridge Land Information System was developed by Village Earth in partnership with the Oglala Sioux Tribe Land office. The PRLIS makes it possible to search for parcels using a Tract ID. The PRLIS also houses original allotment maps, count plat maps, range unit maps, Land Cover Data, and more.

Key Biodiversity Areas: A Tool for Tribal Climate Planning?

By Aude K. Chesnais “At a time where climate planning becomes urgent and global attention is increasing on the ecological value of land, Native Peoples’ land stewardship practices may well gain in recognition, which could strengthen tribal sovereignty in the US” Today, Indigenous peoples manage 80% of the world’s biodiversity, yet they receive only 0.74% […]