Publications

Indian Country Extension publications listed by publication year.

" (1) | 2 (1) | 4 (3) | A (5) | B (2) | C (9) | E (2) | G (2) | H (1) | I (1) | J (2) | L (2) | P (3) | Q (5) | R (3) | S (4) | T (7) | U (1) | V (1) | W (1)

2008

Science Engineering & Technology Education | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 17 weeks ago
Colville 4-H, Science and Technology, Youth and Families
WSU Colville Reservation Extension promotes positive youth development through the development of 4-H clubs in each of the 4 districts on the Colville Reservation. In 2008, 4-H is committed to educating youth in the areas of SET (Science, Engineering & Technology). 4-H has launched a new... Read more
Shiprock Farmers Market | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 17 weeks ago
Navajo Nation Agriculture, Crops, Community Resources and Economic Development, Gardening
Navajo farmers have difficulties in marketing their fresh grown produce. Though, the local flea market existed, they have relied on roadside stands. Most have parked anywhere near the main highways and have caused traffic hazards. Due to these problems, the Shiprock Farmers Market was established... Read more
School Gardens | Program Highlight | Updated 9 years 17 weeks ago
Hualapai Nation Agriculture, Community Resources and Economic Development, Gardening
This program addresses the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service’s (CREES) Strategic Goal 6 to “Protect and Enhance the Nation’s Natural resource Base and Environment.” There was no history of diabetes recorded within the Hualapai Nation prior to the 1970’s. As soda, fast and... Read more

2004

Survey of Hopi Farmer attitudes in 2003 | Article | Updated 9 years 16 weeks ago
Hopi Tribe Agriculture, Crops, Community Resources and Economic Development
In 2003, the Hopi Pu’tavi Project conducted a survey of farmers’ needs on Hopi. Representatives for the project interviewed seventy-seven farmers. The information was entered into a database at the Pu’tavi office. Dr. Cornelia B. Flora, of Iowa State University, did most of the... Read more