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The Native American Agriculture Fund has partnered with education advocacy group National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization to expand Indigenous access to select initiatives.

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More than 80 food and agriculture-focused organizations have signed a letter encouraging the incoming Biden administration to appoint a Native American ag leader to high office within the United States Department of Agriculture.

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The National Congress of American Indians will host a webinar next Thursday to launch its new Tribal Food Sovereignty Resource Directory.

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HOMINY, Okla. – The Osage Nation has taken steps to establish better food security for its members during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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A remarkable arrival prompted Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner to visit Cherokee Nation Bison Ranch in early December. 

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Restaurateur Bleu Adams has been involved for years in industry conversations regarding how Black and Indigenous voices are often ignored or not offered a seat at the table. 

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Twenty-five Native American youth organizations will split $1 million to advance food and agricultural programs. 

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New funding is aimed at continuing the push for Native American agricultural interests at the federal level. 

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TOWAOC, Colo. — Ongoing quarantines have encouraged many people to take up baking over the few months, which has translated into brisk sales for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Farm & Ranch Enterprise

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BUSBY, Mont. — After Melvin Small went to his “last camp” on Sept. 30 at the age of 95, many people on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation felt his passing might mark the end of the working cowboy era.