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  • First Tribally Owned Textile Company Makes a Lasting Impression

    With the changes to jobs market brought about by the pandemic and many families moving around the country to find a safer harbor for their families, rural places see an opening to reinvent and market themselves to the prospective newcomers. The post First Tribally Owned Textile Company Makes a Lasting Impression appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Revitalizing a Tribal Economy through Cultural Connection

    This story was originally published by Urban Institute. Clay Colombe remembers the steady stream of visitors coming to the Rosebud Sioux Reservation throughout his childhood. Mission, service, and government groups would drive through South Dakota’s seemingly endless prairie to arrive on the reservation and offer their ideas for how to make life better for the The post Revitalizing a Tribal Economy through Cultural Connection appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Senate Turns Its Attention to Rural Housing

    In the world of affordable housing, rural concerns often do not get much attention. But in recent months on May 25 and September 20, a Senate housing subcommittee held hearings on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) rural housing programs.  And earlier in September, Senators Tina Smith (D-Minnesota) and Jean Shaheen (D-New Hampshire) introduced a The post Senate Turns Its Attention to Rural Housing appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

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