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The Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation is a federal agency providing programs to promote leadership, education, collaboration, and conflict resolution in the areas of environment, public lands, and natural resources in order to strengthen Native nations, assist federal agencies and others to resolve environmental conflicts, and to encourage the continued use and appreciation of our nation’s rich resources.
Learn about the Udall Foundation from the people we serve.
A ten-week internship in Washington, D.C. for American Indian and Alaska Native students
Native Nations Institute
Providing governance and development resources to indigenous nations
Parks in Focus
Connecting youth from underserved communities to nature through photography
The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Sponsoring policy-relevant research and forums.
For college students committed to careers in the environment, tribal policy, or Native American health care.
U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution
Finding workable solutions to tough environmental conflicts
anywhere in the U.S.
OKC GOOD Showcases Parks in Focus® in Oklahoma City
On Thursday, November 13, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art launched an exhibit of nature photographs taken by youth from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma, and Positive Tomorrows, who recently participated in Parks in Focus®—a program of the Udall Foundation that connects underserved youth to nature through photography. OKC GOOD was there to film the event.
"Politics and issues come and go, but in the end, we'll all be remembered for the way we treated other people."
- Morris K. Udall