FTO Fort Hall Agency Office

FTO Fort Hall Agency Office The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians maintains a field office in the BIA building at Fort Hall, Idaho to service Individual Indian Money (IIM) account holders.

Field Office Staff: Gus Kerndt Fiduciary Trust Officer (208) 238-2310; fax (208) 237-1744 Email: [email protected] Maggie Martinez Trust Account Specialist (208) 238-2310; fax (208) 237-1744 Ella Mae Metz Accounting Technician (208) 238-2310; fax (208) 237-1744

Did you know that as tracts of lands are passed down through generations, they gain more and more individual owners unti...
08/25/2014
Landowners

Did you know that as tracts of lands are passed down through generations, they gain more and more individual owners until they become unusable? This growing issue in Indian Country is called fractionation, and you can help alleviate it by participating in the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations. Find out how at www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

Are you interested in selling your lands for immediate restoration to the tribe with jurisdiction to help reduce fractio...
08/11/2014
Landowners

Are you interested in selling your lands for immediate restoration to the tribe with jurisdiction to help reduce fractionation? Want to know about other options for reducing fractionation? Call the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 to register with the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations as a willing seller. Learn more and find out how to participate at www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations was created as part of President Obama’s commitment to help strengthen Indi...
08/04/2014
Landowners

The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations was created as part of President Obama’s commitment to help strengthen Indian Communities. Selling your fractionated land interests may allow your tribe to develop previously unusable land for economic and tribal growth. Tribes could use the land to build homes, community centers or businesses, or for tribal preservation. Learn more at www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners and register as a willing seller by calling the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

“… and over the next four years, as long as I have the privilege of serving as your President we’re going to keep workin...
08/01/2014
Landowners

“… and over the next four years, as long as I have the privilege of serving as your President we’re going to keep working together to make sure the promise of America is fully realized for every Native American.” – President Barack Obama. The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations can help fulfill the President’s goal. To find out how you can brighten the future of Indian Country by consolidating your fractionated interests and restoring them to the tribe with jurisdiction, visit www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners or register as a willing seller by calling the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

Did you know that the minimum base payment for each purchase offer from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations is ...
07/21/2014
Landowners

Did you know that the minimum base payment for each purchase offer from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations is $75? Also, while payments do vary based on the land interests held, some landowners have received payments of over $100,000 for their land. Learn more about the Program, including how land is valued, by visiting www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners or register as a willing seller by calling the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

Have you received an offer packet from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations? If so, do you have questions? The T...
07/15/2014
Landowners

Have you received an offer packet from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations? If so, do you have questions? The Trust Beneficiary Call Center is here to help! Call 888-678-6836 or visit www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners to get all of your questions answered so that you can make the best decision for your land, your family, and the community.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

You could be eligible to receive thousands of dollars from the U.S. Government for selling your fractionated lands back ...
06/30/2014
Landowners

You could be eligible to receive thousands of dollars from the U.S. Government for selling your fractionated lands back to the tribe? The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations seeks to combat the historic fractionation problem and unify tribal lands for you, your land, and your community. Find out how to participate at www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners and register as a willing seller by calling the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-683

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

The DOI has mailed purchase offers to consolidate ownership of highly fractionated trust lands to landowners on the Pine...
06/24/2014
Landowners

The DOI has mailed purchase offers to consolidate ownership of highly fractionated trust lands to landowners on the Pine Ridge and Rosebud reservations. If you own fractionated land on these reservations, you may have received an offer. Purchase offers are only valid for a limited time (untilJuly 21 for Pine Ridge and until August 4 for Rosebud), so please call the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 or visit www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners if you have questions about your offer.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

05/27/2014

If you received an offer packet for your fractionated tribal land interests on the Makah Reservation, you only have until May 30 to submit your completed packet. If you have questions about the Program or completing your packet, please contact the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 or visitwww.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

05/19/2014

Did you know that the minimum base payment for each tract of land bought by the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations is $75? Many owners have already been paid. While the amounts offered to individuals will vary, some owners have already received more than $100,000 for their interests. How much is your land worth? Learn more about the Program atwww.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners or register as a willing seller by calling the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836.

Have you received an offer packet from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations? Do you have questions? The Trust Be...
05/12/2014
Landowners

Have you received an offer packet from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations? Do you have questions? The Trust Beneficiary Call Center is here to help! Call 888-678-6836 or visit www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners to get all of your questions answered so that you can make the best decision for your land, your family, and your tribe.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

05/05/2014

"… and over the next four years, as long as I have the privilege of serving as your President we’re going to keep working together to make sure the promise of America is fully realized for every Native American.” – President Barack Obama. The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations was created to help fulfil the President’s goal. To find out how you can brighten the future of Indian Country by consolidating your fractionated tribal lands, visitwww.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

04/30/2014

If you received an offer packet for your fractionated tribal land interests on the Pine Ridge Reservation, you only have until May 2 to submit your completed packet. If you have questions about the
Program or completing your packet, please contact the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 or visitwww.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations was created as part of President Obama’s commitment to help strengthen Indi...
04/21/2014
Landowners

The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations was created as part of President Obama’s commitment to help strengthen Indian Communities. Selling your fractionated land interests will allow your tribe to develop previously unusable land for economic and tribal growth. Tribes could use the land to build homes, community centers or businesses, or for tribal preservation. Learn more at www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

The Interior Department has mailed purchase offers to consolidate ownership of highly fractionated trust lands to landow...
04/14/2014
Landowners

The Interior Department has mailed purchase offers to consolidate ownership of highly fractionated trust lands to landowners with interest on the Pine Ridge and Makah Reservations. If you own fractionated land on these reservations, you may have received an offer. Purchase offers are only valid 45 days from the date on your offer packet, so call the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 888-678-6836 or visit: www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners if you have questions about your offer.

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

04/10/2014

post week of 4/7/14 (post with attached image)
Could you be eligible to receive thousands of dollars from the U.S. Government for releasing your fractionated tribal lands back to your tribe? The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations seeks to combat the historic fractionation problem and unify tribal lands for you, your land, and your community. Find out how to participate at: www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

Did you know that as tracts of tribal lands are passed down through generations, they gain more and more individual owne...
04/10/2014
Landowners

Did you know that as tracts of tribal lands are passed down through generations, they gain more and more individual owners until they become unusable? This growing issue in Indian Country is called fractionation, and you can help alleviate it by participating in the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations. Find out how at: www.doi.gov/buybackprogram/landowners

Information for owners of fractionated Native American lands.

FTO Fort Hall Agency Office
03/28/2013
FTO Fort Hall Agency Office

FTO Fort Hall Agency Office

The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians maintains a field office in the BIA building at Fort Hall, Idaho to service Individual Indian Money (IIM) account holders.

Address

Corner Of Agency And Bannock Roads
Fort Hall, ID
83203

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Transit System services the BIA building as well as other nearby Tribal Offices. Call 208-237-3833 for bus schedule.

General information

If you're looking for the official source of information about OST's Fort Hall Agency, please visit our homepage at http://www.doi.gov/ost/fto/fort_hall/fort-hall-agency-fto-page.cfm DIRECTIONS TO THE OFFICE: Coming from HY 91: Upon entering the Fort Hall town site turn east on to Agency Rd, go two blocks, turn right on Bannock Rd. The office is in the first building on your right. Coming from Interstate 15: Take Exit 89 off the interstate. At the exit stop sign turn west on to Simplot Road and go approximately 1.5 miles where the road ends at a T intersection. Turn right on to Hiline Road and travel approximately 0.4 mile to the first stop sign. The office is the yellow building on your right.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Telephone

(208) 238-2310

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