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About Striking

The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska struggled for many years with low income, high unemployment and a lack of affordable housing.

These economic problems and ensuing social problems encouraged many Tribal members to leave the reservation in search of new opportunity or to not seek a job at all because it would disqualify them from federal housing. Through the creation of new job opportunities at Ho-Chunk, Inc., there came the need for additional housing on the Winnebago Reservation. The Ho-Chunk Village concept was developed to fulfill that void. Upon its completion, the Ho-Chunk Village's residential area will include over 110 housing units featuring single family home ownership, multi-family rental and live-work units.


Ho-Chunk, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.

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