- Residents of the Burns Paiute Indian Reservation are currently
confronted by several problems retarding the development and management
of their resources. Many of these problems as well as recent resource
deficiencies are linked to the type of federal jurisdiction under which
this land area was held prior to the transfer of trusteeship responsibilities
to the Burns Paiute Tribe.
This study identifies (1) current existing problems, (2) needed
resource development activities, and (3) feasible procedures towards
implementing practical resource management by members of the Burns
Included under (1) are lack of financial revenues, erratic and
frequently adverse resource utilization, inadequate and substandard
housing, federal paternalism with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA),
and limited decision making opportunities; under (2) new housing, improving
agricultural productivity, and diversifying the resource base
via construction of a light industrial facility; and under (3), establishing
a non-profit community development corporation, activating a well managed
public relations campaign, and providing a mechanism for planning input
by tribal members.
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