Nakoda Aaniiih-

Economic Development Corporation

189 Chippewa Avenue
​P.O. Box 1177
Harlem, MT 59526

Office: 406-353-4260

Cell: 406-301-3005

"Discover Fort Belknap"

Tours - RV Park - 

71 Assiniboine Avenue
​P.O. Box 1177
Harlem, MT 59526


Office: 406-673-3002
Cell:    406-301-3045 or 301-1410

We are a 501c3 non-profit organization.  Please support our work in the community by patronizing our businesses or making a tax deductible donation.

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Our Board

Groundbreaking photos are from Island Mountain Development Group social media site. Other photos are by Wingspan Media.

Our Board is comprised of local community members who are actively involved in the community they serve.


They are each committed to using their knowledge, experience and skills to promote a thriving, cultural and sustainable economy for the communities on the Fort Belknap Reservation.

Dawn Bishop Moore


Dawn is an enrolled member of the Gros Ventre "Aaniiih" Nation of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.

Lisa Campbell

Board Member

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Lisa Campbell

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Hannah Has Eagle

Vice Chairman

Hannah is an enrolled member of the Assiniboine "Nakoda" Nation of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.

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Donald Racine III


Donald Racine III is an enrolled member of the Gros Ventre "Aaniiih" White Clay Nation of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Also of Blackfeet (Pikanii) descent. Member of the Upper Quarters Clan.

Born, raised & educated on the Fort Belknap Reservation. Currently teaches the tribal languages & culture at the Hays-LodgePole School to grades K-8.

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Kenneth "Tuffy" Helgeson

Board Member

Cole McCabe

Board Member

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Our Staff

Leslie "Josie" Cliff

Executive Director

Leslie “Josie” Cliff joined Nakoda Aaniiih Economic Development Corporation in June 2016. Josie assists the NAEDC with grant writing and strategic planning goals. She looks forward to meeting the goals of the Food Sovereignty Initiatives, Tourism and Youth Entrepreneurship & Development on the Fort Belknap Reservation. Josie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration and an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration. 

George Horse Capture, Jr.

Tourism Director

George is the Tourism Director for Discover Fort Belknap- Aaniiih Nakoda Tours. He has extensive experience in the tourism industry and is a former Vice-President of the Fort Belknap tribal council. He has knowledge in the Aaaniiih and Nakoda cultures and history on the Fort Belknap Reservation. George has been immersed in cultural education since his youth. His father, George Horse Capture, Sr., was a curator of the Plains Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming and he was also instrumental in getting the new American Indian Museum in Washinton, D.C.  

George Jr. has knowledge of horsemanship and practices traditional Nakoda & Aaniiih arts and crafts.  

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