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Battling Rural Poverty, Fundraiser Helps Native Farmers in Latin America
Native farmers from three Latin American countries will benefit from a special fundraiser this week in Washington, D.C...
Sowing and Distributing Centuries-Old Seeds
“Feel them. Smell them. Taste them,” urged instructor Melissa Kruse-Peeples, the Conservation Program Manager at Native Seeds/SEARCH...
Creating the First Native American Food Hub in the U.S.
Native farmers' business should receive a nice boost in the near future, thanks to a recent grant and certificate of obligation given to the Acoma Business Enterprise, LLC to devel...
Tribes Don't Like Keepseagle Lawyers Controlling $380 Million of Settlement
Tribal concern is brewing over a proposed plan by lawyers who settled the Keepseagle Native American farmer lawsuit that would allow the lawyers to create an agricultural foundatio...
The New York Times: Politics Played a Big Role in Keepseagle
The most respected newspaper in the country has pointed out the sour political undercurrent in the 2011 Keepseagle settlement that awarded $760 million to Native American farmers f...