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National Tribal Land Association Fund

NTLA logoThe Indian Land Tenure Foundation also manages funds designated for specific programs housed with organizations other than ILTF.

As Indian nations continue to effectively manage their land and natural resources, the need for education, training and networking among Indian nations is greater than ever.

The National Tribal Land Association (NTLA) seeks to work in harmony with Indian nations to create opportunities for tribal staff working in land related areas to learn, share and network with their colleagues from other tribes to expand their knowledge and add to their skills related to the many facets of land ownership and management on our reservation lands.

NTLA has developed into an association that seeks to be a voice for the protection of Indian lands for Indian nations and Indian people by providing opportunities for education, unity, outreach and networking through a professional association. Visit NTLA’s website to learn more.

With ILTF acting as the Fiscal Agent, NTLA seeks to raise funds for two separate and unique purposes.

The National Tribal Land Association Fund

This Fund supports the NTLA organization as a whole in such areas as general operating support; other association activities; and the design and development of a NTLA Certification Program for tribal land professionals on topics relating to the day-to-day workings of a tribal land office.

Make a contribution to the National Tribal Land Association Fund.

The Tribal Land Staff National Conference Fund

This Fund supports the annual conference, including all conference expenses such as venue contracted services; conference handouts for attendees, audio/visual needs for presenters, printing and delivery of conference materials, food and beverage expenses, speaker honorariums, and other related expenses.

Make a contribution to the Tribal Land Staff National Conference Fund.

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