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San Xavier Cooperative


Point of Contact: Gabriel Vega

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North Leupp Family Farms


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Phone Number: 928-299-9137

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American Indian Higher Education Consortium

Location: Alexandria, VA 

The center provides access to a broad spectrum of on-going AIHEC activities, intercommunity information resources and data repositories. Many sections of the Center are open to the public. Other sections are restricted to specific groups of participants engaged in cooperative AIHEC projects. 

Northwest Indian College, Traditional Plants and Foods Program

The NWIC Cooperative Extension Office offers a wide variety of community education programs, workshops, train the trainers, conferences, and events throughout the Pacific Northwest. To date, our Extension programs have been hosted by 26 of Washington’s 29 tribes. Our mission is to promote self-sufficiency and wellness for indigenous people through culturally grounded, multi-generational, and holistic programs.

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Wind River Food Sovereignty Program


Point of Contact: Hank Hererra

E-Mail Address:

Phone Number: 510-637-9399

Tanka Fund


Point of Contact: Renae Ditmer

E-Mail Address:

Phone Number: 703-989-6750

Colorado River Indian Tribes (Crit)/Federally Recognized Tribal Extension

Program (Frtep) Veggie Demonstration Program


EBCI Horticulture Office, Cherokee, NC Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians


Point of Contact: David Anderson

E-Mail Address:

Phone Number: 828-359-6099

Ohelaku Among The Corn Stalks

Point of Contact: Laura Manthe

E-Mail Address:

Phone Number: 920-496-5360    

Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board: Northwest Tribal Food Sovereignty Coalition

Date: July 31, 2019
Interviewer: Sarah Ballew, Headwater People
Interviewee: Nora Frank-Buckner (Nez Perce and Klamath), Project Coordinator for the Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country and the Northwest Tribal Food Sovereignty Coalition