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FDPIR Sharing Gallery: Additional Resources

Resource type
Nutrition Education
Technical Assistance

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This gallery features links to outside organizations that provide programming, funding, or resources specifically tailored to ITOs. These organizations often link to additional resources and can be a source to help identify partners for future nutrition-related projects or initiatives.

Tribal Health and Wellness
Tribal Health and Wellness
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
This resource is a “storymap.” The interactive map allows users to click on symbols to learn about individual projects involving Tribal Health and Wellness. There are three main projects highlighted:
  • CDC’s Tribal Practices for Wellness in Indian Country
  • NIFA's Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program (FRTEP)
  • NIFA's 1994 Land-Grant Institution Extension
National Indian Health Board
National Indian Health Board
Established by the Tribes to advocate as the united voice of federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes, NIHB seeks to reinforce Tribal sovereignty, strengthen Tribal health systems, secure resources, and build capacity to achieve the highest level of health and well-being for our People.
FDPIR Food Safety
Food Safety Training for Indian Country
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
This website offers food safety training and information specific to Native communities.
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Native American Resources
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
Developed by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, this website offers various resources specific for the health and wellness of Native Americans.
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First Nations Development Institute
First Nations Development Institute improves economic conditions for Native Americans through direct financial grants, technical assistance & training, and advocacy & policy.
Healthy Tribes
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (NCCDPHP) partners with AI/AN communities to promote health, prevent disease, and strengthen cultural connections to improve health and promote wellness. This occurs in four action areas: epidemiology and surveillance; environmental approaches; health care system interventions; and community programs linked to clinical services.

Interested in contributing content to the FDPIR Sharing Gallery? Send your recipes, photos, nutrition education materials, and other resources to

USDA Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) facilitated the development of this Sharing Gallery. Materials placed here do not reflect the policies of FNS, and FNS does not conduct thorough reviews of materials submitted for placement here.

Updated: 09/09/2021