"The Native American Youth and Family (NAYA) Center designed and had built a modular multifamily prototype project to demonstrate the speed of construction, superior quality, affordability, and green qualities of modular housing."
Final report : Sustainable Construction in Indian Country initiative
This initiative "promoted and supported sustainable construction practices in Native American communities through a range of four tasks: The Review of current activities, A national impediments meeting, demonstration projects, and Training-made available to Native American communities based on results of the other initiative tasks."
Sustainable construction in Indian Country, charting a course to sustainability : Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
This document looks at the problem of the "unmet need in housing and supportive services for homeless tribal members...and the solution to meet the "needs of homeless tribal members who are veterans," by using construction that was "affordable and cost-effective, using energy efficient materials and technologies."
Voices-- visions-- : a collection of essays by Native American youth
This document looks at the essays submitted by Native American youth in 1995, that described their thoughts on how "to improve the quality of life for their people...or how they plan to use their education to...make the quality of life better for their people." Essays were from children aged 7-19.