Native Nation Events is excited to announce

the 16th Annual Native American Economic Development Conference

at the Pechanga Resort and Casino from June 5-6, 2023.


For the 16th year in a row, leaders will come together to discover new ways

to develop and diversify their economic ventures while building resilient and sustainable communities that thrive.

We are currently in our Super Early Bird pricing, a $200 instant savings.

Act fast, as this deal won’t last forever!




“I think NNE selects the best speakers throughout Indian country. If you want to hear the most educated and experienced leaders of the industry, be sure to attend this conference.”
-Gary Loonsfoot, Jr., Director of Cultural Resources, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
“If you want to hear the truth and reality behind Tribal Economic Development or just understanding that enterprise development takes hard work and persistence, this is your conference.”
-Jared Hall, Economic Development Director, Klamath Tribes
“Great panel of speakers and information. It’s always great when we can combine family and business travel into an extended weekend.”
-Ezekiel Bonillas, Director of Economic Development, 29 Palms Band of Mission Indians
For more information, call 201.857.5333 or
Delivering timely and educational networking forums for over 15 years.


2023 Tribal Land Staff National Conference: Call for proposals



Share your presentation ideas for the 

2023 Tribal Land Staff National Conference

Presentation proposals are now being accepted for the 12th Tribal Land Staff National Conference to be held March 21-23, 2023 at the Pechanga Resort Casino in Southern California. The Conference offers tribal land professionals a variety of unique learning opportunities as well as the chance to network with their peers in person. The Conference theme in 2023 is:

Preserving and Adapting in the 21st Century

Do you have a presentation or workshop topic you would like to share with tribal land staff from throughout Indian Country? Can you talk about complex tribal land management processes and issues in an interesting, simple or hands-on way?

Now is the time to submit your ideas!

Presenters receive complementary registration and the opportunity to share their expertise. NTLA is currently looking for session and workshop proposals on a wide variety of topics addressing the theme of “Preserving and Adapting in the 21st Century.”
Conference topics may include:
  • Natural resources and environmental issues
  • Zoning and land planning
  • Tribal real estate
  • Estate planning
  • and many more

The Tribal Land Staff National Conference is the premier education and networking event for tribal land professionals from across Indian Country. Please submit your ideas today.

Visit for more information on the conference.
Click here to go directly to the submission form.

The National Tribal Land Association is committed to helping tribal land professionals enhance their skills and knowledge through education, networking and collaboration. More than 160 tribes have sent representatives to the Conference since its inception.

National Tribal Land Association
151 County Road B2 East, Little Canada, MN 55117
651-766-8999 email: