Sure, why not? There's nothing preventing anyone from trying to do that.
But is it possible and will people do it are different questions. If you viewed natural resources as something belonging to all indigenous people, then you could construct a perfectly justifiable benefit that way.
However, without having some concept of the game economy and knowing things like upkeep and survival costs, and without having a clear understanding of how you'd regulate and dispense such a benefit, it seems terribly foolish to commit to something of this magnitude.
Don't let your mouth write checks your ass can't cash.
Ultimately, ideas like this strike me as lacking in enough fun to be sustainable long term. It will be a tedious activity for those responsible for managing it. But then again, people actually enjoy doing accounting, so there's that. :D