The Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative was asked to help provide design and planning work for the Fort Robinson Breakout Memorial Monument. This project will connect a pivotal event in Northern Cheyenne history through site interventions and signage that will describe the Fort Robinson Breakout from the Cheyenne perspective.
The SNCC team presented processes, projects, and potential approaches for culturally responsive green development at a series of Pine Ridge Partnership Summit meetings convened by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, and supported by the American Red Cross. The Summits brought together representatives from over 30 organizations – including local and tribal groups, The White House, Read more….
The SNCC team is providing pre-development and master planning services for a 52-60 unit housing development anticipated by the Crow Creek Housing Authority. SNCC is developing several culturally responsive planning alternatives and associated resource analysis informed by a series of community design meetings and ongoing collaboration with local partner organizations. Through listening carefully and help Read more….
Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM is located near a railway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. This rail line has the potential to provide residents access to educational and employment opportunities in nearby urban centers as well as attract tourists to local businesses within the pueblo. However, there is currently no safe pedestrian access between the station Read more….
SNCC representatives carried out a series of meetings with community from the Fort Peck Reservation in order to expand on open community design and planning dialogue. During the autumn of 2014 meetings were held to connect with tribal members from 6 different communities: Wolf Point, Brockton, Fort Kipp, Riverside, Frazer and Oswego, Montana. SNCC convened three Read more….