Thank you!

Updated: Jul 2

The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) and our event partners want to extend our sincere gratitude to those who attended the IAC Virtual Intertribal Food Summit.


In addition to the 13 live sessions we held, there are almost 50 recorded sessions on topics ranging from harvesting birch bark for making baskets to Indigenous perspectives on conservation planning. All of this content is now available on-demand, so you can take time to learn about everything from seed keeping to preparing Indigenous foods from top, Native chefs.


All on-demand, Virtual Food Summit content is available on IAC's new Resilience through Agriculture E-Learning Platform on MightyNetworks:

Make sure to get the app too, so you can learn wherever you go: https://mightynetworks.com/app


Your feedback is important, particularly since this event was a completely new format. If you participated in the summit, we would appreciate you input in this short evaluation survey.

What did some of the IAC Virtual Food Summit attendees have to say?


“This is my first virtual conference . . . so convenient and needed!”


“The virtual conference is awesome! . . . Totally better than sitting in a cold conference room for eight hours!”


Event partners, THANK YOU!

IAC hosted the Virtual Intertribal Food Summit with partners with the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance (NAFSA) and the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative (IFAI). The Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council (WTCAC) and Michigan State University Extension provided sponsorships, and countless additional partners contributed content and other support to make this inaugural online event a success.


For more information about the Virtual Food Summit and E-Learning platform contact: Dan Cornelius | 608-280-1267 | dan@indianag.org

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