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Giving to Generate Healthy Soil, Land, People, and Communities


IAC Youth Program Director Elaini Vargas, IAC Summer Intern, and friend

As we look back on 2022, we reflect on all we have accomplished and thank all who have made our work possible. With advocates and supporters like you, the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) upholds its mission to pursue and promote the conservation, development, and use of our agricultural resources for the betterment of our people.

A key area of our programmatic focus is to enhance the stewardship of Native American lands by providing improved access to conservation planning, technical assistance, and valuable natural resource tools that promote regenerative land practices.


“IAC is an ecosystem that works to remove barriers and improve the lives and businesses of Native food producers.”

~ Kari Jo Lawrence, IAC Executive Director

Through IAC’s network, Native producers access resources that promote regenerative agricultural practices to generate healthy soil, land, people, and communities. Support from people like you sustains vital programs that increase access to climate-smart practices and prepare the next generation of Native producers.

Give the gift of access to resources.

Remove barriers.

Invest in education.

Support regenerative land practices.


Every dollar makes a difference. Native producers and their families rely on IAC, and we take great pride in our work. With the start of a new year, our work to provide direct assistance with USDA program access and policy advocacy for Indian Country’s food producers moves forward with a strengthened sense of possibility. Your gift promotes conservation and regenerative land practices that build food resiliency in Indian Country.


Thank you on behalf of all Native producers and Tribal Nations.



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