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Winnebago Tribe turns to organic farming, looks to build future of food sovereignty
by Jessica Wade

Omaha World-Herald    Translate This Article
10 November 2022

On 10 November 2022 Omaha World-Herald reported: Aaron LaPointe stood before a large map on his office wall in Ho-Chunk Inc. headquarters just as harvest season got underway. The map details all 178 square miles of the Winnebago Reservation in northeast Nebraska. It also depicts a success story for the tribe. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

... Through multiple programs, the tribe is moving toward food sovereignty while teaching sustainable farming practices to future generations of Native farmers.

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