FOOD SECURITY SERVICES
“When you have food sovereignty, you’re free to be self-reliant, to grow your own food, to choose the foods you want to eat, to choose the foods you want to put in school systems, and really be self-sustaining.”
-Nephi Craig, White Mountain Apache Nation, Arizona, from the film Gather
The Naut’sa mawt Food Security Services support our Member Nations in projects related to food security and food sovereignty, including traditional harvesting, agriculture, aquaculture, other food production.
Connect our Member Nations, individually and collectively, to other Nations and organize work on similar projects, highlighting successes and discussing challenges
Develop resource databases, toolkits, and technical support packages that address the needs of our Member Nations
Support in the development, implementation and operation of food security and food sovereignty related programs
Assist in fund sourcing and grant writing
COMMUNITY FOOD NETWORK
The purpose of our Community Food Network is to provide a space to connect, share, celebrate, ask questions, and post resources about food-related activities and opportunities among the NmTC member Nations
The Naut'sa mawt Community Food Network (CFN) is a space for Member Nation staff working in food-related roles to come together to share and develop their ideas, knowledge, and skills on various food topics, brainstorm through challenges, and encourage and uplift one another.
The Community Food Network hosts regular meetings, workshops, webinars and other learning opportunities.
NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Building Health Soil with Kalista Pruden
Fruit Tree Care: Dormant Pruning
FoodSafe Level 1
FoodSafe Level 1
Fruit Tree Care: A Year in the Life of a Fruit Tree
"Gather" Film Screening