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MCN Department of Interior Affairs

The Muscogee Nation Department of Interior Affairs is tasked with the implementation and management of numerous tribal resources including transportation, land and natural resource management, and tribal construction.

Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR)

The Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) stewards the Muscogee Nation’s natural resources, manages the agribusiness operations and fosters leadership training and personal development opportunities for Muscogee youth.  Programs include Fencing, Looped Square Meat Company, Storm Shelters, Ag Youth and Wildlife.

Div. Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) Page…

Arbor Care Services

The goal of this service department is to provide Muscogee citizens, Tribal entities, and Tribal Departments, arbor care services with no out-of-pocket expenses to them.

Arbor Care Guidelines

  1. Must be a Muscogee Creek citizen and the property where the work will occur must be Creek owned, no rentals.
  2. Will only perform services that pose a threat to life or property.
  3. Citizens must sign a pre-approval form before the task is performed.
  4. Tree service will be performed per SOP only.
  5. Only tree trimming services will be performed.
  6. Brush pickup will be storm debris only and stacked for access – within close proximity to the home.
  7. No shrubs will be cut or trimmed.
  8. No stump grinding.
  9. Removals: Wood will be left on-site to be hauled at a later date.
  10. No fence rows are cleared, unless between houses.
  11. No trimming of trees for mowing access.

Call Arbor Care (918) 752-8577

Office of Environmental Services

The Office of Environmental Services provides effective environmental management to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation so tribal members may live confident in a safe and healthy environment.

OES Brochure…

Call Environmental Services (918) 549-2580

Priority Climate Action Plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provided grant funding to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation (MCN) to develop a Priority Climate Action Plan (PCAP) and a Comprehensive Climate Action Plan (CCAP).

The PCAP is to include proposed priority carbon reduction measures for submittal to EPA by April 1, 2024. The PCAP provides the basis for eligible entities to pursue Climate Pollution Reduction Grant (CPRG) implementation funding from the EPA, up to $25 million. Applications for CPRG implementation grants must seek funding to implement measures that are included in a PCAP developed with funding from the CPRG planning grant. Implementation grant applications are due to the EPA by May 1, 2024.

Priority Climate Action Plan (PCAP)

MCNOES Website…

Environmental Services on Facebook…

Call Environmental Services (918) 549-2580

Natural Resource Conservation District Program

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Natural Resource Conservation District is authorized and organized to represent, develop, protect and advance the view, interests, education, and resources of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation including both tribally and individual-held fee, restricted and trust Indian lands.

Conservation District Page…

Geospatial Department

The Geospatial (GIS) Department of the Muscogee Nation is charged with mapping and documenting the resources of the Muscogee Nation within the Reservation.

Geospatial (GIS) Website…

Historic and Cultural Preservation Department

The purpose of the Historic and Cultural Preservation Department is to ensure the protection and preservation of valued historic and cultural resources for future generations. The Historic Preservation Office serves as the contact for statutory and regulatory compliance consultation regarding Federal Historic and Cultural Preservation Laws.


  • Eligibility will be limited to one (1) service every four years.
  • In the event that the applicant does not own the property, the landowner’s written permission must be obtained by the applicant and documented within this application.

Please call for more information on these programs:

  • Library
  • Archives
  • Cemetery Project

Ground-penetrating Radar (GPR) Application

Cemetery Preservation Application

Call Historic and Cultural Preservation: (918) 732-7733

Tribal Transit Program

The Tribal Transit Program provides public transit services within the Muscogee Nation Reservation.  These services are available to anyone residing in the communities and are not limited to tribal citizens. Muscogee Nation Transit partners with Ki Bois Area Transit (KATS) to service areas where or when the Muscogee transit system is not available.

Please call for a ride or for more information.

Trolley Routes Map

Non-Discrimination Statement

KATS Website…

Okmulgee Transit Office: (918) 732-7909

Southern Regional Office: (405) 452-1182

Department of Transportation

We’re thrilled to connect with you here and provide updates, insights, and important information about transportation and road infrastructure in our tribal community. As stewards of our lands, we strive to ensure safe and efficient transportation for all.

Department of Transportation Page…

Tribal Construction Services (TCS)

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Law: Title 28, Chapter 7

To provide design and construction services on all tribal projects that fall under the jurisdiction of Tribal Construction Services (TCS) per tribal law. The services may be in form of actual design, oversight of contracted projects, or actual physical construction of projects.

Tribal Construction: Request for Service…

Call TCS: (918) 549-2465

Tribal Driveways Program

The Tribal Driveways Program provides driveway maintenance for Muscogee citizens and property owners who reside within the Muscogee Reservation.

For eligibility requirements and services, please see the Driveway Repair Application.

Driveway Repair Application

Driveway Repair for Organization Application

Grave Digging Assistance Application

Call Tribal Driveways Program: (918) 732-7651

Submit applications by email to:




Muscogee Nation
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Business Hours

Trenton Kissee
Secretary of Interior Affairs
Office: (918) 549-2515