NPR: Onondaga Nation Applies Traditional Values to High Tech Investments

The Onondaga are among only a handful of Native American nations who refuse money from the US Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. They do so to preserve their independence. They’ve also refused to open a casino.

But the Onondaga are reaching out–applying their traditional values and consensus-based decision-making–in a new series of business partnerships with clean tech companies. Emma Jacobs brings us this report from the Innovation Trail.

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