Applications open for IAC/INFAS Fellowship

This scholarship is for the National Native American graduate student fellowship program available to students researching any component of Tribal food systems who have completed at least one quarter/semester of their program by fellowship start date.


A partnership with the Inter-institutional Network for Food, Agriculture and Sustainability (INFAS, hosted at UC Davis), led by Dr. Christine Porter, INFAS Executive Committee Chair at the University of Wyoming, will augment ongoing Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) efforts to develop the next generation of Native Ag Professionals. Selected graduate student candidates whose research comprises work in Tribal food systems, regenerative agriculture, natural resources, and/or nutrition will receive $6,000, mentoring, and professional development opportunities as part of this program. The development of this opportunity is part of IAC’s ongoing efforts to leverage partnerships with various entities to meet mutual goals around the development of the Native agriculture sector.


Learn more with the attached document below!



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