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Grantee: Nebraska Indian Community College
Project Description: The goal of this project is to reduce unemployment and stimulate the economies of the Omaha Nation and the Santee Nation in Northeast, Nebraska. This will be done through job training and placement programs for construction, health care, and entrepreneurship in the local community and developed in partnership with Nebraska Indian Community College and its community partners.

Grantee: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Project Description: During this 4-year project, the Tribe’s Paleontology Department will launch and market the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Institute of Natural History, including a gift shop that features the work of Tribal artists and increased number of field assistants at paleontology digs on the Reservation. This will result in 18 new jobs (5.4 FTEs) and the creation of one new business by the end of the project period.
Grantee: Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation
Project Description: This project will build the human capital on Pine Ridge both in terms of growing the capacity of individuals to obtain and retain jobs, and increasing the financial capability of others to become successful homeowners. The primary goal is to increase the hard construction, professional development, educational and life/planning skills of 50 tribal members (50 over 5-years), preparing them to obtain permanent jobs in the green home construction industry on Pine Ridge. A minimum of 90% will be placed in jobs.

Grantee: First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Project Description: This project will help to build the capacity of five Native CDFIs through intensive and customized training, technical assistance, and shared learning experiences. In turn, each NCDFI will expand their capacity and increase their training and technical assistance to aspiring local Native entrepreneurs and small business owners. As a result, there will be 361 FTE new jobs created, an estimated 219 Native-owned businesses developed, and the NCDFIs will build sufficient financial strength to access an additional $1,250,000 in capital.

  • Location: Hogansburg, NY
  • ANA T/TA Region: Eastern
  • Program Area: Sustainable Employment and Economic Development Strategies (SEEDS)
  • Project Period: 9/30/2016 – 9/29/2021
  • FY 2018 Award: $399,518

Grantee: Kalispel Tribe of Indians
Project Description: The Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation will be creating a workforce capable of accessing emerging job opportunities in Tribal controlled enterprises by expanding their Kalispel Linen Services.
Grantee: Ketchikan Indian Corporation
Project Description: Ketchikan, Alaska is a beautiful, coastal Alaskan fishing town on the southern panhandle. It is known as the salmon capital of the world, and the abundance of our seasonal lifestyle is felt by all, including the almost 1 million visitors that come through our town each year. Unfortunately, the seasonal economy has not equally benefitted Ketchikan’s residents. The goal of this project is to reduce unemployment rates and increase average income for Alaska Native and American Indian residents of Ketchikan Gateway Borough by partnering with local business and industry to facilitate targeted training opportunities based on industry needs, including on-the-job training. Ketchikan Indian Community seeks to alleviate the problem bycreating access to training opportunities and work experience that may not otherwise be availableto under-skilled or under-educated AI/AN workers. Funding for this project focuses on building collaborative training partnerships with the areas major industry employers in order to increase accessibility for Alaska Natives and American Indians into high demand, year-round permanent jobs that provide a living wage.

  • Location: Princeton, ME
  • ANA T/TA Region: Eastern
  • Program Area: Sustainable Employment and Economic Development Strategies (SEEDS)
  • Project Period: 9/30/2016 – 9/29/2021
  • FY 2018 Award: $397,656
  • Location: Santa Rosa, CA
  • ANA T/TA Region: Western
  • Program Area: Sustainable Employment and Economic Development Strategies (SEEDS)
  • Project Period: 9/30/2014 – 9/29/2019
  • FY 2018 Award: $336,051

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Ana seeds

Each new tray is labeled with a date and monitored until roots emerge and randomly selected clones pass a light “tug test”.

To assist patients we provide the Strain Menu to each of our Strainbank locations so that you can find the genetics you desire most online. Every nursery is managed by experienced growers and all Santa Ana clones are cultivated in a sterile, indoor facility using premium, organic nutrients. For immediate help, get pre-verified over the phone with one of our friendly and knowledgeable Reps.
When you arrive, call or text the number you were given and clones in Santa Ana will be brought to your vehicle in discrete bags.

After 2 – 3 weeks, our teens grow to become 8″ to 18″ tall under LED lamps.
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