I was visited by Charley from KPNX news in Phoenix who did a short piece on CNR. It was fun and we continue to bring CNR to the masses. Here's the link.
Cloud Nine Recycling is continuing its mission to expand and hopes to make agreements with some entities in the Navajo reservation to make it more sustainable and self supporting. Cloud Nine has also been registered as an LLC on the Navajo reservation. Cloud Nine Recycling will be launching a new crowd funding in June and will look for other funding sources to help with it's expansion with your support Cloud Nine Recycling can be established business helping to keep protecting the environment and be a presence in the community as model of native entrepreneurship.
Trees, Water & People (TWP) is pleased to announce Tyler Tawahongva as the winner of the 2014 Green Business in Indian Country Start-Up Award. Mr. Tawahongva, a Hopi member of the Coyote Clan from Hotevilla, Arizona, will receive up to $40,000 in start-up capital and technical assistance to expand his company, Cloud Nine Recycling.