Resiliency through Agriculture: E-Learning Platform

Learning excitement! That’s what it’s all about with the new Resiliency Through Agriculture: E-Learning Platform. The resource was launched today by the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) as an ongoing learning-in-motion platform for everyone interested in broadening their agricultural horizons with pragmatic, applicable ideas that can be brought home to improve the lives of Tribal members across the country.

“This exciting resource is designed for Indian agricultural producers and has been created by IAC staff with the intent of bringing together multiple resources on an electronic learning platform based on the MightyNetwork application,” said Kari Jo Lawrence - IAC Director of Programs. “This nimble platform is accessible for web browsers and the free MightyNetworks mobile applications as well. We want it as easy to utilize as possible for everyone interested.”

“IAC has been actively working to develop an online curriculum that combines multiple strategies including webinars, podcasts, and in-depth online workshops to enhance technical assistance,” said Dan Cornelius - IAC Technical Assistance Specialist - Great Lakes Region. “The current social distancing crisis highlights these needs, but this expanded capacity will provide improved services and support well into the future.”

The Resiliency through Agriculture E-Learning Platform is accessible through a web browser or mobile app by either downloading and installing the MightyNetworks app from your mobile device’s app store or visiting From either platform, search for “Intertribal Agriculture Council” and request to join the network.

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