Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The Intertribal Agriculture Council’s American Indian Foods Program invites you to join us for a month-long celebration as we observe Native American Heritage Month this November to honor the culture and traditions of American Indians and Alaskan Natives.

“COVID has clearly stalled and completely eliminated opportunities to get together in person. The purpose of this November campaign is to continue to engage with foreign buyers on the quality and value of Native American foods during this November time,” said Lottie Redhouse - American Indian Foods Director. “This campaign gives us the opportunity to provide some highlights of the tremendous work producers are doing.”

Watch for these exciting videos on the American Indian Foods Facebook page and the Youtube Channel!

www.facebook.com/AmericanIndianFoods

American Indian Foods YouTube Channel

November 9-13

Videos highlighting Alaska (posted on Monday) and Pacific (posted on Wednesday) producers.

November 16-20

Launch of videos highlighting Great Lakes (posted on Monday) and Southwest (posted on Wednesday) producers.

November 23-27

Virtual cooking demos in collaboration with Native American chefs highlighting ingredients and foods sourced from brands in the American Indian Foods Program.

Hashtags we will be using:

#madeproducedbyamericanindianfoods #americanindianfoods #intertribalag #ResiliencyThroughAgriculture

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