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The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is courting developers to help build a 235-MW wind farm within its borders.

The Native American nation has identified a site near Fort Yates, N.D., and built access roads in order to show progress so that it can capture equity from the federal production tax credit, said Joseph McNeil, general manager of the SAGE Development Authority, a public power authority the Standing Rock Sioux recently set up.

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On August 25, The Bismarck Tribune published an article about SAGE Development Authority’s plan to develop the Anpetu Wi Wind Farm at Standing Rock and the crowdfunding efforts that will help bring this plan to fruition.  “About 60 turbines are slated to dot the Porcupine Hills, a badlands-esque part of Sioux County between Fort Yates […]

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SAGE general manager Joseph McNeil Jr. joined KX News “Town Hall” meeting this past Thursday, August 20, for a conversation on Race in the Dakotas. Retired Bismarck police chief Dan Donlin, community advocate Ernest Usher, and North Dakota Legislative Representative Ruth Buffalo were also participants.  The meeting was a candid discussion on protests, stereotypes, and […]

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On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, SAGE Development Authority General Manager Joseph McNeil Jr. participated in a live interview via Zoom with Helene D. Gayle CEO of The Chicago Community Trust, one of the nation’s leading community foundations. The Trust works with donors, nonprofits, community leaders and residents to lead and inspire philanthropic efforts that improve […]

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On July 6, 2020, The New York Times reported on the ruling of a district court that the Dakota Access Pipeline must shut down pending an environmental review and be emptied of oil by August 5, marking a huge victory for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and other Native American and environmental groups who have […]

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