We work to respond to new and changing economic conditions and the unique needs of Navajo people, so Native Americans and their communities can participate more fully in the USA and global economy.
NAVAJO LAND &
The NAAC is working to respond to new and changing economic conditions and the unique needs of Navajo people, so Native Americans and their communities can participate more fully in the USA and global economy.
Their valuable resources are currently under utilized including the ability to provide unlimited water & power at much lower costs to businesses. Maintaining 51% ownership of the San Juan River water rights, near Farmington, New Mexico there is currently over 110,000 acres of farmland watered by the Navajo Reservoir and the Navajo Indian Irrigation Project (NIIP) canal. Reputable Native businesses such as the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) have already developed over 72,000 acres and operating several facilities for each crop grown. See visual tour under Resources.
In addition, the Navajo Nation has access to unlimited and low-cost electricity with large, multiple facilities that produce energy, including power plants, natural gas, and solar arrays. To view USA power grid overview, click here. (pdf)
The Navajo Nation is located at the SW four corners of UT, NV, CO, & NM in the United States with access to nearby domestic and international airports, airstrips, railroad and major highways (I-40 corridor).
We are inviting worldwide businesses to base their operations and distribution strategies on the Sovereign Navajo Nation to foster further development of products and services within the agricultural industry.
Land & Building Leasing
There are already many designated land parcels and buildings available to immediately lease that can also be retrofit to suit any company's needs. With low lease rates, this can significantly reduce operating costs for the business.
Low Operating Costs
The cost of doing business on the Navajo Nation is relatively lower than in other metropolitan areas. Labor cost, the cost of building rental, and the cost of utilities are far lower on the reservation than other cities