ICTMN Staff
2/25/14
AARP Foundation has granted First Nations Development Institute $250,000 to fund a project to address hunger, nutrition and food insecurity among Native American tribal elders...
Vincent Schilling
8/28/13
Native schools on reservations with limited budgets often struggle to provide healthy, unprocessed and culturally relevant foods for their students...
Stephanie Woodard
6/26/13
“Trees offer food, shelter, shade and privacy; they control erosion and air pollution, and they’re beautiful,” said Ryhal Rowland, extension agent for the Northern Cheyenne Extensi...
Raymond Foxworth

There is a thriving movement in Indian country focused on food sovereignty and increased control of local food systems. Like other assets in Indian country, Native food systems have been colonized, altered and, in some cases, destroyed....

5/25/13
Alysa Landry
5/1/13
Sarah EchoHawk got her start in nonprofit work more than 15 years ago when she took a part-time job answering phones at the American Indian College Fund...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/13/13
When Rebecca Adamson was 22 years old and had just started working for the Coalition of Indian Controlled School Boards, she was sent to evaluate a school in Hammon, Oklahoma...
Brian Daffron
8/28/12
One of the common problems in Indian Country—in both rural and urban areas—is the lack of nutritious food options available a short distance from home...
ICTMN Staff
7/11/12
First Peoples Worldwide (FPW) has awarded more than $1.2 million in grants directly to Indigenous projects, programs and communities since its inception in 1997...
ICTMN Staff
4/26/12
SEATTLE— A unique donor campaign supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to benefit four Native nonprofits wraps up at midnight tonight (April 26)...
Mark Fogarty
11/7/11
SANDIA RESERVATION, New Mexico— Many American Indian tribes are losing a lot of money by letting their farming and ranching assets be exploited off-reservation, a conference on Ind...

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