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Apply to Participate in the Seeding Sovereignty Garden Project

The SRCDC Food Sovereignty Initiative is accepting applications now for participants in Phase 1 of our Seeding Sovereignty Garden Project.

The FSI will provide services to develop 10’x10′ soil plots and equipment/materials needed to maintain household gardens. The goal of the project is to establish 100 household gardens and 8 traditional community gardens to the districts of Standing Rock. These gardens will be available to any interested families/community members.

To apply to participate online, visit this link. To apply in person, applications can be picked up at 181 Agency Ave, Fort Yates, SD. 

Priority will be given to the applications received by 5/20/2020.

For more information, please contact Ray Moore Sr., Food Sovereignty Director, at ray.moore@standingrockcdc.org. You may also contact Jordan Davis, our Community Development Manager, at jordan.davis@standingrockcdc.org.

What is the Seeding Sovereignty Garden Project?

The Seeding Sovereignty Garden Project is a project of the SRCDC Food Sovereignty Initiative (FSI). FSI is dedicated to restoring our Indigenous food systems that support self-determination and combat preventable health epidemics. The Seeding Sovereignty Program’s primary goal is to a create pathway for our community members to achieve self-sustainability. 

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