News and stories that create meaning and context for the data housed on the Native Land Information System.
January 28th is National Data Privacy Day. National Data Privacy Day is observed across the globe to raise awareness about
By Raven McMullin Previously, in one of our most popular blog posts, NLAP highlighted the prominence of female-led agricultural operations
Published in the most recent Environment and Planning F issue, NLAP and leading Indigenous scholars Joseph P. Brewer II, Stephanie
The Native Lands Advocacy Project (NLAP) will be attending the Intertribal Agriculture Council’s 35th Annual Conference next week, December 6th
By Aliyah Keuthan Far back into the collective memory of the Ojibwe people is the Anishinaabeg origin story, Ma’iingan (Wolf)
David Bartecchi, Director of Village Earth and its Native Lands Advocacy Project (NLAP), had the honor to present the project’s
Bison numbers increased by a whopping 1031% between 2012 and 2017 on Native American Lands. This increase far outpaces the increase in the number of bison nationally which was only 13.36%.
This is according to data from Census of Agriculture for American Indian Reservations in a newly compiled data dashboard developed by the Native Land Information System. According to the data, the bison population on native-operated farms increased over 10 fold from 308 to 3486 heads.