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by Leslie Martinez

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Investing in new technology has helped the Blue Lake Rancheria tribe become more energy independent. The tribe’s leaders worked with outside partners and received financial aid to afford these improvements. As a result of these investment, the community is better prepared for long-term success. Resources, like Inflation Reduction Act funding opportunities, are available to help tribes with energy-saving projects. Read the full details on the Blue Lake Rancheria tribe’s path to resilience.

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