The COVID-19 pandemic has hit many Native American communities and food producers hard. Despite current and longstanding challenges in Indian Country, many Native advocates, organizations, and food businesses have worked to address hunger and promote food sovereignty and entrepreneurship in their communities, and nationwide. This report reviews the impact of the pandemic on food production, distribution, and security in Indian Country. It looks towards solutions to address short- and long-term needs to ensure Tribal sovereignty, food system resiliency, and the health and welfare of all Native people.
Publication tags: Field Reports - COVID-19 Pandemic, Food Access