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GET INVOLVED

UPCOMING ADVOCACY OPPORTUNITIES

With the 2023 Farm Bill on the horizon, there are several opportunities for Coalition Members to advocate for Indian Country’s priorities. If you are interested in learning more about how your Tribe or Intertribal, Native, or ally organization can join the Native Farm Bill Coalition please check out our calendar of events, sign up for our Native Farm Bill Coalition newsletter and RSVP for upcoming events below.

#NativeAgvocates

#NativeAgvocates are Tribal leaders and producers with unique perspectives and voices who support policy changes that would positively impact Indian Country, such as strengthening tribal self-governance, allowing Tribes to manage nutrition programs, investing in economic development opportunities in rural communities. 

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Action Alerts

As the 2023 Farm Bill takes shape, there are key moments when the Coalition will ask members to contact their legislators to advance the priorities of Native American producers through a strong, united voice. Find out what you can do to make a difference in the policymaking process for the upcoming 2023 Farm Bill.

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Native American Food Fair

In May, the Native Farm Bill Coalition hosted the first-ever Native American Food Fair on Capitol Hill. The event highlighted the Native Farm Bill Coalition’s advocacy efforts with the 2023 Farm Bill and the policy priorities as Congress begins discussing the upcoming legislation. 

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Regional Fly-ins

This spring, the Native Farm Bill Coalition organized a series of “fly-ins” for Tribal leaders and Native producers across the country to talk directly with members of Congress, their staff, and the Biden Administration. By participating in these fly-ins, Coalition members had the opportunity to advocate for policy changes that would positively impact Indian Country, such as strengthening tribal self-governance, allowing Tribes to manage nutrition programs, investing in economic development opportunities in rural communities, and much more. 

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