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Thunder Valley CDC Begins Grassroots Housing and Community Construction on Pine Ridge
Sarah Sunshine Manning
“We are focused on creating our own pathway out of poverty by building local skill and leadership capacity, exercising our sovereignty, and creating a space that empowers our commu...
NB3 Foundation Awards $240K to Native-Led Programs Improving Health
Four worthy projects received $60,000 each from the Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3F)’s national program Native Strong: Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures to improve the health and well...
'Buffalo Bees': Pine Ridge to Sponsor Bee Hives
A new bee hive project on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, dubbed “Buffalo Bees”, is intended to revive the tribe's local food system while educating students about ecology, agri...
Report: Healthy, Traditional Foods Essential for Tribes’ Survival
Tanya H. Lee
Tribal sovereignty means food sovereignty, according to a report , Feeding Ourselves: Food Access, Health Disparities, and the Pathways to Healthy Native American Communities, rece...
Educating United Methodist Church Leaders Aim of Act of Repentance Service
As a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Rev. Chebon Kernell has seen firsthand the struggles Native communities face...
Promoting Food Security: First Nations Development Institute Awards $100K to Four Projects
First Nations Development Institute has awarded four grants to American Indian communities in Arizona , New Mexico , North Dakota and Wisconsin that will address hunger, nutrition ...
Navajo Report Illustrates Need for Food System Sovereignty
In the largest food scarcity survey to take place across the Four Corners, results revealed that nearly 40 percent of Navajo Reservation residents don’t have access to enough food ...
Choctaw Brothers Pioneer Aquaponic Farming System to Tackle Food Insecurity in Indian Country
Their passion for farming began during childhood on their grandfather’s farm in Talihina, Oklahoma, where they would help plant, grow and harvest a virtual salad bowl of fresh prod...
Winona LaDuke: Keep USDA Out of Our Kitchens
Tanya H. Lee
Native American author, educator, activist, mother and grandmother Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabekwe, is calling on tribes to relocalize food and energy production as a means of both r...
Fresh From the Farm to School Lunches: Navajo Pilot Program Proves Successful
Native schools on reservations with limited budgets often struggle to provide healthy, unprocessed and culturally relevant foods for their students...
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