Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) is condemning a Facebook ban on legal sales of products made from any “part, pelt or skin from an animal, including fur,” according to the site’s commerce policy.
Sean Sherman Discusses Plans for his Sioux Chef-Branded Restaurant & First of Many Indigenous Food Labs
Sean Sherman, Oglala Lakota, is working on two major projects in the Minneapolis area: the first Indigenous Food Lab, featuring a nonprofit restaurant, and a Sioux Chef-branded, for-profit restaurant.
Indigenous professionals considered knowledge-makers and -keepers can apply for a new, competitive fellowship opportunity through the First Nations Development Institute.
Tanka Bar’s placement on Whole Foods’ shelves is in jeopardy. That’s only driving Native American Natural Foods’ commitment to educate the public about their traditional snacks and to restore the buffalo economy to Native reservations.
Native American Agriculture Fund Debuts Website, Seeks Public Feedback on Priorities & Funding Activities
The Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) plans to begin its first round of grantmaking in 2019. NAAF must distribute its funds within a period of 20 years.
Two of the six 2018 Bush Prize for Community Innovation winners are Native American organizations driving health and economic solutions rooted in indigenous values.