NewsRecent news for the Western Region TTA Center
Planning for Sustainability
Sustainability is an issue that all ANA projects need to plan for. Learn from Dan Van Otten, our training manager, about how good project design lays the groundwork for sustainability. Jenica Beatty, our technical assistance specialist, describes different strategies for continuing project outcomes over time. Finally, we highlight the Warm Springs Native Asset Building Initiative (NABI) project, a […]Read more >
ANA Pre-Application Trainings
Join us at one of our upcoming 2017 Pre-Application Trainings. Learn how to assemble a funding application for your well-designed community project that fits ANA’s funding announcement and other specific requirements. Trainings will take place in February and March in San Diego, CA; Seattle, WA; Albuquerque, NM; and Sacramento, CA.Read more >
New Awards for Western Region for Fiscal Year 2016
Native American Language Preservation & Maintenance (P&M)
Inchelium Language and Culture Association, Inchelium, WA
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Port Angeles, WA
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Welcome to the Western Region TTA Center
The Western Region Training and Technical Assistance Center, sponsored by the Administration for Native Americans, is dedicated to serving Native American communities, including American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Native Pacific Islander organizations in our region. We provide quality TTA to eligible communities and organizations with community-driven social and economic development, cultural language preservation, and environmental regulatory enhancement projects.