“Tribal Food Policy Model” training. Crownpoint, NM: 14 Jan. 2020

You are cordially invited to a one-day “Tribal Food Policy Model” training presented by the University of Arkansas’ Indigenous Food and Ag Initiative on Tuesday, January 14. 2020 from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Navajo Technical University’s Library Lecture Room.  The learning objective is to review a comprehensive set of tribal food and agricultural policy samples and suggested policy language in 19 areas.
Please find an attached flyer and you may view the full Model at www.tribalfoodcode.com before attending the 14th training session.
There is no charge for this special event but it is first come first serve for a free lunch on campus if you text a RSVP to 505-923-0378 or reply to this email message by Jan. 10, 2020 at 4 pm.
Of the 19 sections of this policy model, the following seven areas will be emphasized: –Traditional Foods and Seeds –Health and Nutrition –Land Use –Agricultural and Food Safety –Plant Production, Health, and Sale of Produce –Water –Agricultural Labor and Business
If you have any questions, please contact Gloria Ann Begay information listed below. Thanks for your support and please RSVP due to limited seating. 
Cell – 505-923-0378
stargazer.begay@gmail.com

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