Established in 2003 by the 
Indian Tribes of Washington State 
with support from WSDOT

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It is with great joy that I want to announce that the American Planning Association has approved the Tribal and Indigenous Planning Division of APA. I am not sure if Tulalip Tribal Planner Ben Lubbers has notified you or not. He is the Interim Communications Coordinator. This Division will educate APA’s 40,000 plus members of the unique challenges Indian Country faces. As you know, lawsuits, bad federal policy, and a legacy of mismanagement has left Native Sovereign Nations in a mess. That is the world that you are working in, so you know. Self-Governance, Indian Tribal Gaming is changing how things are getting done. Of course, Tribal Planning gets things done. 
TTPO is a great networking entity within Washington State for Tribal Planners. The Tribal and Indigenous Planning Division will try to replicate that at a national level. I encourage your respective jurisdictions to get an APA membership and assign you to this new Division. 

 ~ Michael Cardwell, FAICP

APA Approves "Tribal and Indigenous Planning Division"
NTICC Call for Presentations

The 2023 NTICC Planning Committee is now accepting proposals for the 26th Annual NTICC. If you would like to submit a proposal, complete the following form. The 2023 NTICC is an in person event, set for September 24-28, 2023 at the Dena'ina Civic & Convention Center in Anchorage, Alaska. Please review the call for presentation information at 
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