Agriculture has and continues to be an important component of Native economies and cultures. Historically, it has been extremely difficult to find data to understand the extent, demographics, and potential of agriculture on native lands – until now! This page includes a vast collection of data and resources to assist native peoples better assess their resources and plan for the future.
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