The Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative is hosting its first one-week Summer Leadership Summit: Native Youth in Agriculture, a summit focused on leadership and learning in agricultural risk management.
First Nations Knowledge is a series of educational webinars created and hosted by First Nations Development Institute. The series aims to educate Native Americans who are involved in food-systems work and agriculture, plus those who lead or work for Native nonprofit organizations. Through the webinars, we hope to build knowledge and skills and, thus, Native American business and organizational capacity.
- Slide Presentation from First Seminar: Introduction to Food Microbiology-A
The Tax Education Clinics in Indian Country, the first project of the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative, provided general tax filing information and record keeping requirements to Keepseagle successful claimants and settlement recipients to aid in their tax preparation.
For more information, contact:
Janie Simms Hipp (Chickasaw)
Director, Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative