To promote sustainable food production and bridge the gap between controlled environment agriculture and indigenous communities by supporting both traditional growing methods and hydroponic growing systems.
We strive to empower indigenous individuals and communities to grow their own fresh produce using innovative technologies and sustainable practices, while also providing educational training and support to indigenous community members at large and at the University of Arizona.
Respect All Relatives
Support Indigenous Communities
Promote Food Access & Food Sovereignty
Our Work On UArizona Campus
Indigenous Greenhouse Project
Goal: Identify indigenous crops that can be respectfully cultivated in a Controlled Environment Greenhouse.
Community Food Resilience Project
Goal: Provide technological CEA and hydroponic training opportunities for Indigenous students, staff, and faculty.
UArizona Campus Greens Delivery
Goal: Increase access to fresh, free produce at UArizona.