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Benita Litson from the Diné College Land Grant Office talks about how she'll partner with the Tsé Bii’ Ndzisgai Community Center (TBNCC) on a hoop house project for gardening and planting.
On this episode of Sihasin Hour, we welcome A.J. Meyers to talk about how he assisted the Relief Fund by providing wood to elders through his wood cutting and hauling organization.
Join us as we recap the 2022 Reservation Economic Summit with TBNCC Director Shandiin Herrera, who participated in a panel called 'Native Women Lead', and NHFCRF Deputy Director Cassandra Begay.
In this episode of Sihasin Hour, we welcome Joe Seidenberg from Red Feather Development to talk about Home Repair Opportunities.
Join us as we discuss how COVID impacted out students with Chinle Unified School District Superintendent Quincy Natay.Say something interesting about your business here.
On this Sihasin Hour, we discuss how farmers and community members can prepare their fields for planting season. Our guests are Benita Litson and Darrell Yazzie Jr. from the Dine College Land Grand Office.
Sihasin Hour: Raising Livestock in the Age of Climate Change
Sihasin Hour: Navajo Sovereignty Day
Sihasin Hour: The State of the Navajo Nation & Re-Cap of 2022 Spring Council
Sihasin Hour: The Path to Clean Energy for the Navajo Nation
Sihasin Hour: Climate Adaptation Opportunities
Sihasin Hour: Climate Change Impacts on the Navajo Nation
Anson Etsitty, Sr., discusses the Cultural Impacts of the Proposed Helium Development Projects
Sihasin Hour: Climate Change Outlook for the Southwest
NNOGC CEO James McClure discuss the Proposed Helium Development Projects
Women's History Month: Monica Nuvamsa
Kirk Jalbert Ph.D and Elaine Cimino discuss the Environmental Impacts of Helium Development
Sean McCabe from McCabe CPA LLC gives Tax Filing Tips
Yee Ha’ólníi Doo Executive Director Ethel Branch discusses the Proposed Helium Development Projects on the Navajo Nation.
In this episode, we welcome Andrew Curley Ph.D to discuss the History of Extractive Development on the Navajo Nation.
Yee Ha’ólníi Doo leadership provide updates on Current COVID Response.
We celebrate Women's History Month with Special Guest Lynda Lovejoy.
Harold Skow, Darrah Blackwater, and Shandiin Herrera discuss Navajo Nation Broadband Resources.
Follow-up discussion on Navajo Water Resources with Rex Kontz from NTUA.
Elouise Brown, Tommy Nakai, Kirk Jalbert Ph.D, and Lene Bitsui discuss the Potential Impacts of Helium Extraction.
Tony Skrelunas, Katie Janss, Suzanne Singer and Zoel Zohnnie discuss Navajo Water and Power Resources and ARPA Opportunities.
Kristine Laughter, Lene Bitsui, and Percy Deal Discuss ARPA Funding.
Dr. Alice Chen provides Updates on COVID, Vaccines, Boosters, Testing, and Masking.
Marc Johnson and Alex Chang discuss Financial Literacy.
Native American Artisans Jeremy Arviso and Jonah Hill discuss Weathering the Pandemic as Entrepreneurs.
Yee Ha’ólníi Doo leadership Reflect on the Past Year's Relief Efforts.
Dr. Johnson Dennison discusses the Traditional Story of Winter Solstice.
Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund leadership provide an Update on Ongoing COVID Relief Services.
Former Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn and NDN Collective CEO Nick Tilsen discuss Landback and Opportunities for Tribal Co-management.
LeManuel 'Lee' Bitsoi discusses Addressing the Legacy of Indian Boarding Schools.
Delegate Amber Crotty and Jolene Holgate discuss Missing and Murdered Diné Relatives.
Dr. David Tsosie discusses Fostering and Perpetuating Diné Language and Culture.
Former NN Chief Prosecutor Gertrude Lee and Delegate Amber Crotty discuss Strengthening Navajo Nation Laws to Protect Women and Children.
NN Executive Director of Public Safety Jesse Delmar discusses How to Strengthen Protections for Women and Children.
In this episode we welcome members of Diné Saaní for Justice.