Welcome to the New Year! Thank You to all of our faithful listeners for a great first season and we are back at it in 2021! Gary Dennis of Oklahoma is a proud father staying involved in agriculture with his family. Hear his unique story and how taking advantage of Farm Service Agency Loan Programs benefits his family. Here's to a prosperous year!
IAC Technical Assistance provides support to Muscogee Creek Youth In Agriculture Family. Ethan Channel and his mother discuss how they have built out the Ag Business plan and Youth Loan Process in the midst of a busy Senior year/ first year of college from their home in the OKC metro to their family land on MCN reservation territory.
We're holding it down in New Mexico with host Matt Denetclaw and Kyle Tom, the Indian National Finals Rodeo Announcer, who is quickly rising to fame with recognition throughout Indian Country, lending his talents to produce high-quality events. It's always a great time when Kyle is on the mic, listen now to find out why!
To support this Native Woman in Agri-Business located within the Washington Region of the IAC Network- Please make time to visit the Sakari Botanicals Website where you can see plant products produced/ handcollected/foraged at the Sakari Botanicals On Site Nursery.
You may visit: www.sakaribotanicals.com
Listen in to hear how an IAC Technical Assistance Network helped elevate a Native Producer's dreams.
In this exciting two-part interview, host Electa Hare-Redcorn joins Spring Alaska, owner of Sakari Farms for an intriguing conversation about her operation with a more in-depth approach. After this episode, stay tuned for part two where Mike Shellenberger and Spring Alaska will reflect on their experiences and successes through the American Indian Foods Program.
"Taste the Best of Columbia River Smoked Fish!" Join hosts Matthew Denetclaw and Mike Shellenberger for a fun conversation with Suzy Lumley, representing the Yakima Nation within the Northwest Region talking all things in and around her rich fishing career and all the experiences gained through the IAC's American Indian Foods Program!
This one is LOADED with experience and information highlighting the success story deploying internship opportunities for young native professionals pursuing a future in environmental work and sustainable use of natural resources between the Intertribal Agriculture Council and Natural Resource Conservation Service (USDA). Join Keir, Electa, and Matt in an informational conversation with special guests Erin, Crystal, Wiyaka. Plenty of information for everyone, tune in now!!
Host Matthew Denetclaw had a great time visiting with Cherilyn Yazzie and her husband Michael Hester who own Coffee Pot Farms. Located in the Southwest Region of the Navajo Nation in Dilkon, Arizona Coffee Pot Farms is so much more than a small scale operation. They are leading a movement within their community to engage their fellow community members to grow and supply fresh produce. Truly an inspiring and unique story. Listen Now!