Resiliency Through Agriculture: The Podcast

The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC), the nation’s largest voice for Indian agriculture, recognized increased demand for resourceful information across the country. This led to the release of the “Resiliency Through Agriculture Podcast,” where they will deliver conversations with an array of special guests. The goal is to begin to expand the circle of sharing and to grow from the wisdom rooted in traditional values. The initial launch, that occurs today, will consist of a 16-episode series entitled: “Meet The Staff” where subscribers will have the opportunity to hear the stories of IAC staff members from the Intertribal Technical Assistance Network, the American Indian Foods Program, and the Intertribal Agriculture Council Natural Resources Program. “On behalf of the Curriculum Task Force, I am thrilled to launch a new platform for sharing resources and valuable information. I truly believe we have the absolute best team members in the industry who are innovative and effective in producing a wide variety of resourceful online content including the podcast,” said Matthew Denetclaw, IAC Navajo Regional Technical Assistant Specialist and podcast producer. “Subscribers can look forward to an exciting follow-up series of episodes featuring our American Indian Foods producers who will share a wealth of experience within their respective agri-businesses,” added Denetclaw about the project. “Resiliency Through Agriculture” is now available on Apple iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, TuneIn, and Amazon Alexa.

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