WE - Digital Ecocultural Mapping Project
WE will map cultural and biological data at traditional village sites in the Salish Sea to support thriving cultures and ecosystems for all.
By Shirley Williams
Hawaiian Language Children Media Network
Kūlaniākea will produce Hawaiian culture and language-based educational multimedia products for children and their families.
By Ms Wailani Robins
Shunka Kola: A Rez-dog Project
Developing a dog population monitoring program on the Pine Ridge Reservation that is effective, efficient, and ethical.
By Camille Griffith
Every Kid Gets a Robot
Increasing technical educational accessibility for youth with an affordable robotics kit.
By Danielle Boyer
One Canoe Project - Navigating Changing Tides
Navigating Changing Times-Developing culturally rooted, place based K-12 Climate Literacy Curriculum for Children of the Mariana Islands.
By Moñeka De Oro
Hydroponic System: an innovative solution to increase food security in the Navajo Nation
By Breanna Lameman
Waking Women Healing Institute
Healing and Justice for Missing Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit through Arc GIS Online and Story Maps
By Kristin Welch
Covenant Tribal Solar Initiative
Diminishing poverty and fostering a return to self-reliance for Native Americans with robust tribal-led solar economic development programs.
By Ms. Chéri Smith
Flathead Rez Exergame
This project will develop a culturally-grounded “exergame” to increase outdoor physical activity for Native youth on Flathead Reservation.
By Faith Price
Natives in Tech
Build a collective of Native technologists that craft a tech ecosystem for Native peoples.
By Adam Recvlohe
OMO CEAD Innovation Center
Sowing the seeds of a decolonized, indigenized, reconciled planet through indigenous philosophy and 21st-Century creative CEAD education.
By Nataani Garnenez
Utilizing emerging technology to document and preserve cultural and natural environments, ancestral knowledge and traditional practices.
By BLOSSOM JOHNSTON
Educating students in data science and data sovereignty with real-world projects that provide value to communities and Native organizations.
By Mason Grimshaw
Sovereign Data Alliance
The Sovereign Data Alliance analyzes Federal appropriations and budget data to promote trust and treaty obligations to all Tribes.
By Tyler Scribner
Indigenous Scholarship Search Engine
A search engine, website/mobile based directory list for all Native American scholarships and internship, that will help college students.
By Dexter Dee
Arctic Quest - A VR Experience
Arctic Quest is a virtual reality game used to introduce players to the cultures and lifestyles of Alaska Native people.
By Stephanie Hinz
A digital tool that democratizes data for Indigenous activists and scholars seeking to increase Native representation in American politics.
By Elise Blasingame
OSF Mobile Telehealth
Providing Pine Ridge, SD with a mobile Telehealth unit to aid in the mental health crisis.
By Melissa Carnicle
NEST 2 Week Artist Residency
We will provide 5 artists with 1000 stipend and a 2 week stay. They will create a new work that we will premier in our annual magazine.
By Ross Cunningham
Concord is a casual location-based audio app with augmented reality features showcasing authentic, diverse stories from local storytellers.
By Vanessa Bowen
CRM curricula for tribal colleges.
This project will provide free curriculum to tribal colleges to develop certificates or degrees in cultural resource management.
By Matthew Schwoebel
Strengthening water sovereignty through community power.
By Keana Kaleikini
CAHOKIA: Socialtech + Artspace
Cahokia is designed to support the development of Indigenous youth in Entrepreneurship, Art, Design & Tech., from an Indigenous perspective.
By Brian Skeet
Lakota Empowerment through STEM
Through this initiative, Lakota people will create their own empowering structure as they navigate a STEM challenge.
By Caitlin Bordeaux
Watershed Regenerative Ventures (WRV)
WRV is improving the quality of life for people living in the Klamath/Trinity River Basins through impact investing and capacity building
By Isaac Kinney