Scholarships Available to Attend National Conference on Nutrition

The National Child and Adult Care Food Program's annual conference is an incredible opportunity for learning and networking with other professionals in the CACFP/Nutrition community. Through the National Child Nutrition Foundation, there are a number of scholarship opportunities available that make attendance possible. Each scholarship will include conference registration, four (4) nights lodging at the conference hotel, … Continue reading Scholarships Available to Attend National Conference on Nutrition

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[WEBINAR] The Healing Way: Transitional Recovery and Culture in Native Communities

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Tribal Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Center will host a webinar entitled The Healing Way: Transitional Recovery and Culture in Native Communities on July 28, 2016 at 3:00 pm EDT. This presentation will explore peer mentors and recovery circles as culturally-based mechanisms to address substance misuse and … Continue reading [WEBINAR] The Healing Way: Transitional Recovery and Culture in Native Communities

WEBINAR: Fighting Methamphetamine and Pharmaceutical Abuse Issues Within Indian Country

Join the Native Learning Center for a webinar on fighting methamphetamine and pharmaceutical abuse issues within Indian Country. Details below. Instructor: Ron Gurley, Gurley & Associates Date: July 14, 2016 Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST Click here to register. In order to celebrate our culture we must maintain that which is healthy and … Continue reading WEBINAR: Fighting Methamphetamine and Pharmaceutical Abuse Issues Within Indian Country

Champion for Change Engages with Native Leaders on Food Sovereignty & Nutrition

On May 2-4, the American Heart Association (AHA) and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) co-sponsored "Fertile Ground II: Growing the Seeds for Native American Health”, a convening designed to explore opportunities for advancing policy work relating to nutrition, food access, and other issues affecting health outcomes in Indian Country. During the three-day conference in Minneapolis, participants … Continue reading Champion for Change Engages with Native Leaders on Food Sovereignty & Nutrition

Roundtable Webinar on Model Food and Agriculture Code for Indian Country

Join Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative director Janie Simms Hipp for an online roundtable discussion about the Model Food and Agriculture Code Project on Apr 28, 2016 2:00 PM CDT. The Project's central goal is to enable Tribal governments throughout Indian Country to create and strengthen sustainable food and agriculture systems. The Project will develop a set … Continue reading Roundtable Webinar on Model Food and Agriculture Code for Indian Country

We R Native Health Lesson Plan Webinar on 3/1 at 10:30 EST

We R Native, a comprehensive health resource for Native youth, has created an 8 lesson Teacher's Guide to get students actively involved in their own health and well being! The lessons align with common core standards. Join the one-hour, live webinar tomorrow! Webinar Details Date:  Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Time:  6:30 a.m. AKST; 7:30 a.m. … Continue reading We R Native Health Lesson Plan Webinar on 3/1 at 10:30 EST

CNAY Hosts Roundtable on Health Innovation and Technology

On February 12, CNAY hosted a roundtable in Washington, DC on health innovation and technology as it relates to Native youth health outcomes. The meeting, which had 30 attendees, featured presentations from the Little Earth of United Tribes in Minneapolis, the Penobscot Indian Nation, Dartmouth College and Nike N7. During the meeting, CNAY presented on a year-long project … Continue reading CNAY Hosts Roundtable on Health Innovation and Technology