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Native Drums


NARS seeks partnerships with those who want to build power to provide tools and services for and with Indigenous and Native American communities in order to transform the daily lives of Native People everywhere. 


How Our Services Can Help You

Tribal Governments & Community

NARS can assist with advising, education, administration structuring, policy development, and strategic planning.

Our educational curriculum includes Federal Indian Law, Criminology, Tribal Talking Circles, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Justice (DEIBJ) curriculum.


NARS courses are expanding to include Historical Trauma Training, Native American Studies courses, Tribal Family based curriculum, Virtual Women's Talking Circles, Federal Indian Law, and Tribal Victim Services Advocacy. NARS Consultants can help to create custom curriculum content for your Tribal community.

Businesses, Institutions, and Agencies


Our client partnership types range from Tribal nonprofit organizations to State agencies.


Our work experience ranges from editing children's magazines to creating CSU collegiate level Federal Indian Law curriculum centering Jurisdictional issues in a P.L. 280 state. Our team of writers and educators can deliver Indigenous curriculum to your business, institution, or agency.


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Our Partnership Commitment

By building a collaborative partnership with Native Americans for Restorative Stewardship, our clients receive a team of Native American legal professionals to support their projects with services that include: advisory sessions, curriculum building, policy development, education, DEIB services, editing and writing, and access to our network. NARS commits to provide excellent management, quick response times while Indigenizing our business relationships and projects for the purposes of protecting Mother Earth and all her children.


Our commitment is anchored in building healthy collaborations. We seek to partner with supporters and clients who promote and support the sovereignty of Indian Tribes in order to reclaim the stewardship of the land, to redistribute resources and tools in sustainable, scalable, and impactful ways.


We choose client-partnerships over standard client exchanges because we are not looking for a simple financial exchange for services. In order to enact radical social change, we are looking for individuals who are interested in joining us on this journey of social and political change.

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