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Funders: Join us October 4 to learn from the SAFSF Indigenous Food Systems Community of Practice to learn about being a better ally for Native communities. …
First Nations will award 20 to 25 $1,000 to $1,500 scholarships to Native college students majoring in agriculture and agriculture-related fields.…
Over the last 42 years, First Nations has had a tremendous impact across Indian Country through our work in many program areas. These mid-year 2022 numbers are just part of the story.
awarded to Native projects
in total grants awarded
States, D.C. & American Samoa in our grant scope so far
At First Nations, the safety of our community partners is paramount. In light of the risk COVID-19 continues to present for Native communities, First Nations is postponing or cancelling all in-person meetings or gatherings hosted by First Nations. The policy applies to all First Nations’ mid- to large-size gatherings that bring together attendees from different communities or that require travel through multiple airports and cities. All First Nations events will be held virtually until we can safely and responsibly come together. We ask for understanding as we take active steps to ensure our partners, friends, and allies in Native communities stay safe.Stay informed of updates