Record Heat Waves And Droughts Can’t Dry Up This Native Garden In Phoenix As Phoenix copes with a dwindling water supply, flood irrigation and canal systems grounded in traditional Indigenous knowledge are allowing these urban gardeners to grow crops in the Valley of the Sun’s extreme conditions.
Tune in TODAY: Urban Indian Leader to Speak at White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health – NCUIH Walter Murillo (Choctaw), NCUIH President-Elect and CEO of NATIVE Health, will speak on addressing barriers to access for nutrition and health services for the urban Indian community. NCUIH Contact: Meredith Raimondi, Vice-President of Public Policy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-417-7781 WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 28,…
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ASU summer camp helps Native American high school students explore health careers As part of ASU’s INSPIRE Summer Camp, a group of high school students spent a week with @asuhealth, learning skills like healthy cooking and how to intubate a patient. The camp is designed to help expose Native American students to career options and college life.