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Indian Country is a Leading Force in American Agriculture 

From farming and ranching to nutrition programs and forestry, more than 80,000 individual Native producers contribute $3.5 billion to the American agriculture industry.


#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 and much more.

To share your #NativeAgvocates story, please contact us at

Cherilyn Yazzie

Coffee Pot Farms

Taylor Thompson

Intertribal Agriculture Council

Ramona Button

Ramona American Indian Foods

Marcus Grignon

Hempstead Project Heart

Joel Florendo

Range and Agriculture Chairman

Christina White

Native Candy

Alfredine Smith

Farm Service Agency County Commitee

Toni Stanger-McLaughlin

Native American Agriculture Fund

Chairman Joe Davis

Hoopa Valley Tribe

Keith Cunningham

One Farm Poultry

Ronalda Angasan

Alaska Village Initiatives

Nels Christensen

Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition & Tlaa Deneldel Community Group

Emily Burgueno

Maat Hetemii

Brandy Button

Ramona American Indian Foods

Marco Ovando

Intertribal Agriculture Council

Mark Freeland

Council Delegate

Karli Moore

Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina

Erin Parker

Indigenous Food & Agriculture Initiative

Alexendria Carlisle
University of Arizona staff member

Staci Emm

University of Nevada, Reno

Kristen Kipp
County Lodge Health Institute 

Cindy Farlee
Native American Agriculture Fund

Caleb Moore

Tribal college student

Cole Miller
Vice-Chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community 

Co-Chair of the Native Farm Bill Coalition

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