Commitment to Action

Sustainable Indigenous Communities

Commitment by

Hocak Elders Council, Inc.

In 2010, the Hocak Elders Council, Inc. committed to establishing a replicable model of an economically and environmentally sustainable community for indigenous peoples that honors and incorporates traditional governance, spiritual practice, and cultural integrity as a foundation. The model will be piloted on the Winnebago Indian Reservation in Nebraska with a five-point approach focusing on education, organic agriculture, sustainable energy, health and the revitalization of culture, traditional values, and practice.

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Commitment

Sustainable Indigenous Communities

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

6 Years

Estimated Total Value

$427,908,778

Region

Northern America

Countries

Canada, United States

Commitment by

Hocak Elders Council, Inc.

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Indian Health Service, Nextera Energy, Inc., Maharishi University of Management, Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development,, Winnebago Public School, David Lynch Foundation