New Grant Available to Improve Nutritional Health and Food Sovereignty for American Indian Communities

The new Fertile Ground Grant Program funds tribes, Native advocates, Native youth, and Native-led organizations to create sustainable community health improvements through nutrition and food sovereignty
efforts. The grants of up to $35,000 will provide support for:
1. Native-led convening to identify community health priorities
2. Advocacy and policy strategies that address improving health outcomes
3. Access to healthy food
4. Food sovereignty work rooted in tradition, culture, and Indigenous knowledge
The program is funded by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community through its Seeds of Native Health philanthropic campaign and the American Heart Association through its Voices for Healthy Kids campaign. The American Indian Cancer Foundation will administer the program.
Applications for grants are due December 19, 2017.  Apply at:
https://www.americanindiancancer.org/fertile-ground-grant