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

Over the next ten years, the IAC will leverage its resources and those of national partners and WK Kellogg Foundation to: 1) build a sustainable finance model to fund Native food and agriculture; 2) grow the IAC American Indian Foods program to increase recognition of and open markets for Native products worldwide; 3) significantly increase the capacity of the IAC Technical Assistance Network to achieve greater reach and serve at least 10,000 food producers annually; 4) equip the IAC Natural Resources program with resources needed to achieve conservation and regenerative goals across all IAC regions; 5) fully resource the Agricultural Leadership Program to formalize a national structure for supporting Native American careers in food and agriculture; 6) through IAC’s Policy and Government Relations program, establish Native agriculture representation at all DC and national agriculture policy events and transform relationships between Tribes and governmental agencies.

Organization Details
Lead Organization

Intertribal Agriculture Council

website: https://www.indianag.org/
Organization Headquarters
Montana, United States
Organization ID
Annual Operating Budget
$5.1 to 10 Million
Number of Full-time Employees
26 to 50

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