The Coalition is instrumental in initiating & supporting projects toward healthy food access,
seed protection, and the overall food sovereignty of the
Hopi & People
Hopi Farm Talk
The Natwani Coalition is announcing the return of Hopi Farm Talk! Now available for streaming, Hopi Farm Talk Podcast is a forum created to share & listen to commentary from Hopi farmers along with an array of guests.
Being an agricultural community for a thousand years, Hopi developed a rich diversity of seeds.
We strive to educate our community on all
levels of heirloom seed protection so that we
may continue our agricultural practices
for future generations
Hopi Agricultural &
Since 2004, The Natwani Coalition has held a biennial community gathering to address modern impacts to our traditional agricultural and food systems.
It is a time to continue sharing cultural knowledge , discuss health, and educate our community.
A glimpse into the past where agriculture was the
primary activity for Hopi survival. These photos are a presentation of historical Hopi farming and
food gathering practices between 1885-1970.
We look back so we may know we are on the right path.
Emerged from the voices of Hopi youth and elders,
HNYP has developed a curriculum to ignite
conversations and experiences that may lead to
the practice of farming from a Hopi context in our youth.
Made available through the
Native American Agricultural Fund.
The Community Grant Program looks to strengthen & support local agriculture, food consumption & distribution by funding projects from the community
that align with the initiatives of the Natwani Coalition.
Conducted in 2005, the Hopi Community Food Assessment portrayed the state of Hopi food and farming.
Hopi has sufficient cause to restore the local food and farming practices that have sustained it for so long.
We utilize this data collected to help educate the local community and inspire positive change.