VCNAA Official Website
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the April 8, 2020 meeting of the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs has been canceled. A determination about the May 13th meeting, will be made closer to the end of April.
Welcome to the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs
The Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs is charged by law to recognize the historic and cultural contributions of Native Americans in Vermont, to protect and strengthen Native American heritage, and to address needs in state policy, programs, and actions. The Commission provides technical assistance on the application process for state recognition of Native American Indian tribes and reviews the documentation of applicants. The Commission develops policies and programs to benefit Vermont's Native American Indian population.
Four Vermont tribes are currently recognized by the State of Vermont.
The Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs currently has one open seat, with more seats becoming available later this year. If you are interested in joining the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs, please use this link to apply.