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The Oklahoma State University Extension Program has expanded its work with Oklahoma tribes in the wake of its first ever grants from the Native American Agriculture Foundation, as Tribal Business News recently reported

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The Oklahoma State University Extension has received two grants from the Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) in support of the university’s partnerships with tribes in Oklahoma.

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The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska is developing a new regenerative agriculture educational institution aimed at helping Native producers retain more of the economic benefits from their sustainable operations. 

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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California was awarded a $380,454 grant by the California Tahoe Conservancy Board for the Máyala Wáta Restoration Project at Meeks Meadow.

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Recent buffalo restoration efforts aim to restore cultural and spiritual connections for tribes, as well as bolster a range of economic opportunities.  

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Maintaining self-sufficient food supply chains is crucial to avoiding volatile markets and potential future disruptions for tribal communities in the wake of the pandemic, which only exacerbated longstanding food security issues. 

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Pandemic-prompted supply chain disruptions and a growing movement to return to traditional diets have fueled a wave of tribal food sovereignty efforts across the country, which are now getting an extra boost from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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In a historic first, Osage Nation member Vincent Logan has been designated chairman and CEO of the Farm Credit Administration.

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LA CONNER, Wash. — A tribal community in Washington state plans multi-million improvements to its port infrastructure to support its roughly 100-strong fleet of fishermen. 

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As the U.S. Department of Agriculture sidesteps legal concerns over previously promised debt relief targeted at minority farmers in favor of broader measures, some producers have launched a new legal battle to secure the funds they believe they’re due.