Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) is the nation's largest and longest standing Native American agriculture and natural resources organization. Since 1987, IAC has been providing a unified effort to promote change in Indian agriculture for the benefit of Indian people.
The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that administers over twenty federal, state and private grants and contracts in a variety of areas including health, research, and environmental quality.
The Agriculture Council of America has announced the winners of the 2016 National Ag Day video and written essay contest winners. The winners were chosen based on the 2016 Theme: Agriculture: Stewards of a Healthy Planet. The theme presented an opportunity for students to address how the agriculture industry nurtures and protects the planet.
The 2019 event hosted by the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance and Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC), welcomed over 700 participants from Indigenous communities through-out the world to the five day event. A concurrent Youth Summit component was run alongside the entire event.
ENTRIES OPEN FOR THE NATIONAL AG DAY ESSAY CONTEST Dec. 22, 2015 Source: Agriculture Council of America news release The Agriculture Council of America (ACA) calls on ninth- to 12th-grade students to submit an original, 450-word essay or a two-minute video essay about the importance of agriculture.
A conversation with Zach Ducheneaux of the Intertribal Agriculture Council. A conversation with Zach Ducheneaux of the Intertribal Agriculture Council.. Student Essay Contest The Bakken Oil Boom Beige Book Research. The youth have been returning home from our leadership programs and reminding their leaders that we are agricultural people.
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Carlisle and her entire family—fourth-generation cattle ranchers—were invited to the annual symposium held by the council and the Indian Nations Conservation Alliance in Las Vegas, Nev., where Ashley read her essay to an audience of more than 500 people. Carlisle is also an ambassador for Native Women and Youth in Agriculture.