NICC information sessions are free and open to all interested tribal representatives or landowners. These sessions are hosted in partnership with the Intertribal Agriculture Council and include an overview of carbon credit trading as well as U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) renewable energy and conservation programs. Information sessions can be all day events but the NICC portion is typically an hour. To register for an upcoming information session, please contact the person associated with the event you would like to attend or if you are interested in hosting a session feel free to contact us.
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Regional meetings are sponsored by Intertribal Agriculture Council, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other land conservation organizations including National Indian Carbon Coalition (NICC). The meetings include one-to-two day outreach sessions reviewing various USDA programs, including financial and technical assistance in the areas of housing, business development, community facilities, agricultural production, natural resources, irrigation, animal and plan health and more. NICC presents an overview about the carbon credit market and project development resources for interested tribes or landowners. Regional meetings are open to anyone interested in learning more about these programs.
No regional meetings are currently scheduled.