The Intertribal Agriculture Council strives to display their history and culture

This month, close to 1,000 members of the Intertribal Agriculture Council came together for the group’s annual conference in Las Vegas.

The event serves as an information resource for tribes and also provides an opportunity to display the unique history, talents, and abilities of America’s tribal members.

The Intertribal Agriculture Council was created in 1987, following the Farm Crisis of the 1980s.

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