Racial Equity 2030

574+ Strong: Creating Regenerative Food Economies in Indian Country

Intertribal Agriculture Council

The Intertribal Agriculture Council and partners will address poverty and food insecurity in Native communities through programmatic and policy solutions that amplify regenerative agricultural practices to build just food economies.

Executive Summary

The Intertribal Agriculture Council and partners—Indian Land Tenure Foundation, University of Arkansas, Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative, NDN Collective, Native CDFI Network, and Native Governance Center—will address poverty and food insecurity in Native communities through programmatic and policy solutions that amplify regenerative agricultural practices to build just food economies.

Organization Details
Lead Organization

Intertribal Agriculture Council

website: https://www.indianag.org/
Organization Headquarters
Montana, United States
Organization ID
36-3886772
Annual Operating Budget
$5.1 to 10 Million
Number of Full-time Employees
10 to 25
Type
Non-profit

Charity, fund, non-governmental organization, religious institution, school, or other entity