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Grant History 1999-2016

First Nations Development Institute 2002b

on Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 8:01 PM

Program Area(s)
Grantee NameFirst Nations Development Institute

The First Nations Development Institute assists tribes in regaining control over their assets and building capacity to determine their own economic future. The grant supports a project to bring together Northwest tribal leaders, national policymakers, Native food producers, and others to develop a strategy for addressing the issue of sustainable Native food systems to improve the health and nutrition of Native Americans.

Grant Amount$25000
Project Dates10/02/02 - 10/02/03
Serving United States / Alaska