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Land, Sky and the Role of Tribes

Updated: Apr 27

Precision agriculture has the potential to change lives, including those of Native Americans. As the tribal nations become more tech savvy, will there be rocky soil to plow along the way or can we all reap the benefits of commercial drone applications? This article discusses the laws that apply to tribal lands and highlights the work of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma in leading the way on drone research and development.

Topics: precision agriculture, drones, Native Americans, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, research and development, federal law, constitutional law, state law, drone operations

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