First Nations announces a series a summer webinars designed for natural resource professionals, particularly those working on tribal lands, and others interested in learning innovative approaches to ecological stewardship. The series is made possible by the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, as part of the Mapping Ecological Stewardship Opportunities (MESO) project, which aims to support sustainable and innovative stewardship approaches on tribal lands in the Northern Great Plains region.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
1491, Christopher Columbus?, never heard of him! All is well in our neck of Turtle Island. Spirit, as we all have learned, has a peculiar sense of humor and decides to transport 5 young(ish) men to 2019. Gifted with the ability to master satire and humor using them to deliver messages of decolonization and resilience!
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Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Hoskin to Give Keynote at Oklahoma Council for Indian Education Conference
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskins, Jr. Published December 1, 2018 TAHLEQUAH, Okla. —