Navajo Code Talker Joe Vandever Sr. passed away in New Mexico on Friday at age 96. (Photo courtesy of Navajo Nation) WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez Continue Reading
Are you a fruit and vegetable grower in need of in-person training to meet the Food Safety Modernization Act requirements? In order to be certified to sell your produce into the marketplace, you must have at least one supervisor who has successfully completed a food safety training recognized by the Food and Drug Administration.
As the Native American Tribal Center for Food Safety Outreach, Education, Training and Technical Assistance, our staff at IFAI can provide this training to you free of charge if we receive a minimum of ten growers registered to attend. To request a training in your area, please reach out to Blake Jackson at email@example.com.
Are you a producer looking to certify your organic food products? Join us on January 30, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. CT for our webinar on the USDA National Organic Program. Our staff at the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative will provide an overview of the USDA organic certification process, detail the various categories of organic product labeling, and discuss useful tips for properly registering your organic food products.
Are you in compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) standards? Or are you looking to enhance produce safety practices? Join us on Thursday, January 23 at 2:00 p.m. CST for Continue Reading
The Intertribal Agriculture Council is accepting poster submissions for the 2020 Lakota Youth Food Summit
“What does our future as a food sovereign Lakota Nation look like?” Submissions should explore answers to this question and meet the following standards: – Poster should offer an introduction Continue Reading
The 2020 Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit is open to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian youth, ages 18-24 (including recently graduated high school seniors), and Continue Reading
American Indian College Fund Receives $300K Grant to Increase the Number of Native Women Studying in STEM Fields
Veterinary Technology graduates Selena Saunders, left, and Krystal Louis, right, were recognized at NTU’s fall commencement on Dec. 13, 2019. The two are the first to graduate as licensed veterinary Continue Reading
Published January 31, 2020 Fashion tech startups in the US are amazing companies that can provide you with better fashion options, help fashion companies grow, and make the world a Continue Reading
From Around the Web: New Mexico House Speaker Ends Invocations by Clergy Following Native Activist’s Prayer
Lee Moquino at protest last year. Santa Fe New Mexican file photo From Around the Web SANTA FE, N.M. — The Santa Fe New Mexican writes in an article that New Mexico Continue Reading
Published January 30, 2020 You send your child to school expecting them to be in a safe, healthy and welcoming environment. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily the case. There are Continue Reading