Good carbs, bad carbs; brown vs. white; cake or no cake; those are the questions but what are the answers? When living with diabetes, individuals are sometimes confused by the information they receive from television, family, friends and the internet on what foods they can consume or should avoid. ..
Mr. Rodney Asevedo of Mereaux had a special presentation for Principal Chief Dardar and the UHN Tribal Council at the April 12, 2014 Council Meeting. He created and presented his original fence board painting of the tribal logo to be displayed in the UHN food booth at the upcoming New Orleans and Jazz Festival. Mr. Asevedo also handcrafted the custom stand where it will be displayed at the Settlement School Museum in Golden Meadow at the close of Jazz Fest. ..
On April 10, 2014 Ms. Lora Ann Chaisson, Job Developer, was acknowledged for 20 years of service to the Inter-Tribal Council of Lousiana. She was honored at the annual National Indian and Native American Training Conference in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. ..
The Saktce-ho'ma Opportunity Fund (SOF) met on Tuesday of this week and Executive Director Robert Lieb laid out an aggressive plan for beginning services. The initial plan is to launch 3 initiatives. ..
We are passing on the press release from the US Department of Agriculture for any tribal citizens who earn a living in livestock, honey or fruit growers and may have suffered a loss due to the inclement weather conditions this winter. Disaster assistance may be available through USDA for such individuals. Please see the announcement below.
In 2010 nearly 1 in 4 United Houma Nation households reported having someone with diabetes living in the home. The self-reported rates of diabetes in our community are alarming. The UHN Diabetes Program is pleased to begin putting a "local face" on the disease and will begin sharing educational materials featuring people you know who are managing diabetes as opposed to diabetes managing them. ..
The Student Conservation Association recently reached out to the United Houma Nation to seek assistance with reaching UHN college students who are interested in participating in a 12-week summer internship at 5 different national wildlife refuges in the southeastern US. Interested students need to act fast as applications are due next Friday, April 4, 2014. ..
The United Houma Nation is please to share the announcement from the Louisiana Office on Indian Affairs' scholarship opportunity for graduating high school seniors pursuing higher educational degrees. These scholarships are made possible through the sale of the Louisiana American Indian license plate. ..
The Principal Chief position is open for election every 4 years. The United Houma Nation Election Board has established the qualifying period from now until April 4th to submit applications to be considered as a candidate for this position. The official announcement is below. More details will be provided following the April 4th qualifying deadline. ..