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Tribal Carbon Credit Dealing Is Where It’s At–Or Will Be

Posted March 3, 2015 by Galanda Broadman, PLLC

We are proud to have counseled the Round Valley Indian Tribes in regard to their groundbreaking carbon offset credit deal (news here and here).  That carbon credit deal is the first to involve Indian trust lands in the State of California, if not the entire country.


More generally, we have expertise in tribal renewable energy initiatives.  Consider Ryan Dreveskracht’s law review articles, “Alternative Energy in American Indian Country: Catering to Both Sides of the Coin,” and “Economic Development, Native Nations, and Solar Projects.”

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State, tribe reach multimillion-dollar deal on carbon offset credits

The Press Democrat | March 1, 2015

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Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset Project on Native Trust Land for California

Indian Country Today Media Network | February 26, 2015

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Lawmakers want to work with tribes on regulations for legal pot

Yakima Herald-Republic, Quoting Anthony Broadman | February 24, 2015

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Judge: Nooksack tribe must hold off on disenrolling members

Bellingham Herald, Featuring Gabe Galanda, Ryan Dreveskracht | February 23, 2015

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