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About ITC

What is the Intertribal Timber Council (ITC)?

Established in 1976, the ITC is a nonprofit nation-wide consortium of Indian Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations, and individuals dedicated to improving the management of natural resources of importance to Native American communities.

The ITC works cooperatively with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), private industry, and academia to explore issues and identify practical strategies and initiatives to promote social, economic and ecological values while protecting and utilizing forests, soil, water, and wildlife. Over 60 tribes and Alaska Native Corporations currently belong to the ITC.

Purposes

  • Promote sound, economic management of Indian forests

  • Facilitate communication

  • Collaborate with the BIA and others interested in improving the management of Indian natural resources

  • Help establish natural resource-based business enterprises

  • Encourage the training and development of Indian foresters

Long Range Planning

Membership

  • is offered to tribes for $250 annually. Click here to download and print the application.

  • is offered to individuals and other organizations for $25 annually. Click here to download and print the application.