Post Midterm's Impact on Indian Country Webinar
Updated: Nov 23, 2022
The 2018 Farm Bill included a historic 63 separate provisions benefitting Indian Country from strengthening Tribal self-governance and the management of nutrition programs to investing in economic development opportunities. With the 2018 Farm Bill set to expire on September 30, 2023, the 2022 midterm elections will play an important role in determining which of Indian Country’s priorities are included in the next iteration of the Farm Bill.
The Native Farm Bill Coalition held a webinar on how the Midterm Election could impact Indian Country on November 18 at 11 a.m. Eastern.
Webinar speakers Abi Fain, Director of Policy and Governmentl Affairs at the Intertribal Agriculture Council, and Kayla Gebeck Carroll, Associate at Holland & Knight LLP, highlight who will be the key players on the House and Senate Agriculture Committee and how this will impact programs and authorities supporting food production, nutrition programs, and the other various programs supporting Indian Country.
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