About the Native American Agriculture Fund
The Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) is a private, charitable trust serving Native farmers and ranchers created from the historic Keepseagle v. Vilsack litigation settlement.
The Trust’s Mission shall be to make grants to Eligible Grant Recipients, described in section 8, to fund the provision of business assistance, agricultural education, technical support, and advocacy services to Native American farmers and ranchers to support and promote their continued engagement in agriculture.
Reimagining Hunger Responses in Times of Crisis
Learn more about findings and recommendations from a survey which illuminates the challenges of food security in Indian Country during COVID-19 and the Tribally-driven solutions needed to address those challenges head on.
Stay Engaged with NAAF
- Building Native Agriculture Series
- Quarterly Marketing Reports
- Cooperative Virtual Conference
- Access to Capital
NAAF’s veteran survey is the first step to incorporating Native veterans into the Re-imagining Native Food Economies vision. It serves as a starting point to engage our Native American veterans with the agriculture sector and it will help determine what is needed to lift up both experienced and beginning Native veterans on their agricultural journey.