Loren BirdRattler

Blackfeet Nation’s Agriculture Resource Management Plan (ARMP)
Project Manager
Browning, MT
Loren Bird Rattler currently serves as the Project Manager for the development of the Blackfeet Tribe's Agriculture Resource Management Plan (ARMP), a plan that will create policy in agriculture resource, land, conservation, holistic management practice and water resource management, as well as agriculture and livestock regulation for both the Blackfeet Tribe and the United States governments.

Loren has more than fifteen years of public and private sector experience in organizational development, strategic planning, policy development, project management, and civic engagement. He is a former National Field Director for the Native Vote Initiative for the National Congress of American Indians, a Public Program Specialist for the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian, both in Washington, DC. He was the inaugural Executive Director for two non-profits, Western Native Voice and Montana Native Vote both based in Billings, MT. He was also a program manager for the United States Department of Defenses' Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program based in Arlington, VA for Keres Consulting.

Loren grew up on his family's ranch forty miles south of Browning on the Blackfeet Reservation.