- OLRC Home (house.gov): Office of the Law Revision Counsel, United States Code
- Title 50 Wildlife and Fisheries: Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR)
- Lacey Act (fws.gov) : Lacey Act
- Title 18 USC § 42-43
- Title 16 USC § 3372-3378
- 50 CFR Part 16
- Migratory Bird Treaty Act (fws.gov): Migratory Bird Treaty Act
- Title 16 USC § 703-712
- 50 CFR Part 10, 20, 21
- Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (fws.gov) : Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act
- Title 16 USC § 668-668d
- 50 CFR Part 22
- Endangered Species Act (fws.gov): Endangered Species Act
- Title 16 USC 1538
- 50 CFR Part 14, 17, 23
- Airborne Hunting Act (fws.gov): Airborne Hunting Act
- Title 16 USC 742-j
- 50 CFR Part 19
- Marine Mammal Protection Act (fws.gov): Marine Mammal Protection Act
- Title 16 USC
- 50 CFR Part 18
- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (cornell.edu): Native America Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
- Title 25 USC 3001
- Archaeological Resources Protection Act (cornell.edu): Archaeological Resources Protection Act
- Title 16 USC Ch. 1B
- Indian Country Defined (cornell.edu): Indian Country Defined
- Title 18 USC 1151
- Hunting, trapping, or fishing on Indian land (cornell.edu): Hunting, trapping, or fishing on Indian Land
- Title 18 USC 1165
Laws and Regulations
Useful Links for Tribes
- Alaska Federation of Natives
The mission of AFN is to enhance and promote the cultural, economic and political voice of the entire Alaska Native community.
- Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes – Natural Resources
The CS&KT Natural Resources Department includes Environmental Protection; Fish, Wildlife, Recreation, and Conservation Division; and Water Management Division…
- Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Dept. of Natural Resources
The Natural Resources department includes, Cultural Resources Protection, First Foods Policy Program, Range-Agriculture-Foresty, Fisheries, Water Resources, and Wildlife.
- International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management
The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management is a law and policy research institute based in Denver, Colorado.
- Jicarilla Apache Game & Fish Department
- Kalispell Tribe of Indians
The Kalispel Natural Resources Department (KNRD) is responsible for managing the historic properties, fisheries, wildlife, water and other natural resources of the Kalispel Tribe of Indian’s reservation in Usk, WA and other ceded lands in the lower Clark Fork/Pend Oreille.
- Mescalero Apache Tribal Fish Hatchery
Operated by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, between 1966 and 2001 as the Mescalero National Fish Hatchery, its mission was to provide fish in support of 17 Tribal fisheries program in New Mexico and Arizona.
- National Congress of American Indians
Serves as the major national tribal government organization, NCAI is positioned to monitor federal policy and coordinated efforts to inform federal decisions that affect tribal government interests.
National Tribal Emergency Management Council
The NTEMC is a new organization bringing tribal emergency management organizations from around the Nation together to share information and best practices and to discuss public safety/homeland security issues affecting those in Indian Country.
To better facilitate this purpose, NTEMC is organized into 10 Regions, based on the FEMA system of 10 Regions. Unfortunately Tribal lands do not fit neatly into the FEMA regions map. Some tribal lands are located in 3 FEMA regions! But for now, as we began this process, we hope this structure will work best.
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Native American Rights Fund
The oldest and largest nonprofit law firm dedicated to asserting and defending the rights of Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide…
Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife
Conserve, protect, enhance, and restore the Navajo Nation’s fish, wildlife, and plants through aggressive management programs for the spiritual, cultural, and material benefit of present and future generations of the Navajo Nation.
Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Natural Resources Department
The Department of Natural Resources is responsible for developing, administering, managing and protecting the natural resources of the Southern Ute Indian Reservation for the benefit of the Tribe and present and future generations of Tribal Members
Hualapai Tribe of Natural Resources
Our mission is to conserve, protect and enhance the natural resources of the Hualapai Reservation while providing for multiple consumptive and non-consumptive uses, and ensuring the overall goal of long-term sustainable and balanced multiple uses of natural resources under the direction of the Hualapai Tribal Council.