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Native Food Directory

This is a free, public marketing resource for American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian food producers.  Please click here (for PDF version) or here (for Word version) to complete your application to be included in the directory.  


Ramona Farms

American Indian Farmer
Location: Sacaton, Arizona
Owner: Ramona Button
Phone: 520-418-0900
Email: sales@ramonafarms.com
Website: www.ramonafarms.com
Instagram: www.instagram.com/teparybeans

Traditional Foods: Organic Tepary Beans, Organic Pima Club Wheat Berries and White Sonora Wheat Berries, Milled Traditional Cornmeal, Polenta and Grits, and Organic Corn Pinole and Wheat Pinole.
Common Products: Organic Garbanzo Beans and Organic Durum Wheat Berries.


Séka Hills

American Indian Farmer
Location: Brooks, California
Owner: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation
Phone: 530-796-8299
Email: kvanpeursem@sekahills.com
Website: www.sekahills.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/sekahillsproducts
Instagram: www.instagram.com/sekahills

Common Products: Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Wildflower Honey, Elderberry Balsamic Vinegar, Seasoned Almonds, Seasoned/Unseasoned Walnuts, Beef Jerky, Beef Sticks, and Wine.

Temalpakh Farm

American Indian Farmer
Location: Coachella, California
Owner: Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians
Phone: 760-391-9576
Email: info@temalpakhfarm.com
Website: www.temalpakhfarm.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/temalpakh
Instagram: www.instagram.com/temalpakhfarm

Common Products: Seasonal produce changes with each season. Summer season: Butternut Squash, Bok Choy, Red Chad, Green Chard, Yellow Chard, Curly Parsley, Green Onion, Italian Parsley, Curly Kale, Radish, Romaine Hearts, Green Leafy Lettuce, Dino Kale, Tomatoes, Watermelon, and Dates (Barhi, Medjools, Deglet Noor, and Zahidi).


Morning Light Kombucha

American Indian Food Producer
Location: Hoyt, Kansas
Owner: Melinda Williamson
Phone: 785-580-7338
Email: morninglightkombucha@gmail.com
Website: www.morninglightkombucha.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/morninglightkombucha
Instagram: www.instagram.com/morninglightkombucha

Common Products: Kombucha Tea.


Passamaquoddy Wild Blueberry Co.

American Indian Farmer
Location: Columbia Falls, Maine
Owner: Passamaquoddy Tribe
Phone: 207-483-4501
Email: info@pquoddyberries.com
Website: www.pquoddyberries.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/passamaquoddywildblueberry
Instagram: www.instagram.com/passamaquoddywildblueberry

Traditional Foods/Common Products: Wild Blueberries - IQF, 30 lb cases


Four Sisters Food Sovereignty

American Indian Farmers Market and Urban Farm
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Owner: Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI)
Phone: 612-425-4675
Email: info@nacdi.org
Program Background and Common Products: The Four Sisters Food Sovereignty Program is a project of NACDI. It includes the Four Sisters Farmers Market and Four Sisters Urban Farm. Products at the market include fresh produce, value added food items, health and wellness products and crafts from majority Indigenous vendors. The farm is part community garden space and also grows flowers, seasonal vegetables, and traditional varieties of corn beans and squash for demonstration and donation.

KCs Best Wild Rice, LLC

American Indian Food Producer
Location: Red Lake, Minnesota
Owner: Red Lake Band of Chippewa
Phone: 218-751-9750
Email: ejohannsen@kcsbestwildrice.com
Website: www.kcsbestwildrice.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kcsbestwildrice

Traditional Foods: Wild Rice, Bulk Wild Rice, Canned Wild Rice, and Minnesota Lake Hand Harvested Wild Rice.
Common Products: Organic Canadian Lake Wild Rice and Brown and Wild Rice.

Red Lake Nation Fishery

American Indian Fisher
Location: Red Lake, Minnesota
Owner: Red Lake Band of Chippewa
Phone: 218-679-3513
Email: sales@redlakenationfishery.com
Website: www.redlakewalleye.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/realredlakewalleye

Traditional Foods/Common Products: Red Lake Walleye, Walleye Fingers, Walleye Cheeks, Perch, Northern Pike, and Crappie.

Red Lake Nation Foods, INC

American Indian Food Producer
Location: Red Lake, Minnesota
Owner: Red Lake Band of Chippewa
Phone: 888-225-2108
Email: customer.service@redlakenationfoods.com
Website: www.redlakenationfoods.com

Traditional Foods: Wild Rice, Wild Rice Flour, Wild Rice Pancake Mix, and Wild Rice Fish Batter.
Common Products: Wild Blueberry Jam, Wild Blueberry Syrup, Wild Chokecherry Jelly, Wild Chokecherry Syrup, Hawthorn Jelly, Highbush Cranberry Jelly, Wild Grape Jelly, and Wild Grape Syrup.

New Mexico

Bidii Baby Foods, LLC

American Indian Farmer
Location: Cudeii, Shiprock, New Mexico
Owner: Zachariah Ben
Phone: 505-860-2962
Email: bidiibabyfoods@gmail.com
Website: www.bidiibabyfoods.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/bidiibabyfoods
Traditional Foods: Navajo Dried Steamed Corn (whole kernel and milled), Jemez Blue Corn (whole kernel and milled), Navajo White Corn (whole kernel and milled), Navajo Yellow Corn (whole kernel and milled), and Oaxacan Green Corn (whole kernel and milled).    
Common Products: Squash, Melons, Tomatoes, and Greens (variety).                                                                                

New York

Gray’s Homestead Farm

American Indian Farmer
Location: Hogansburg, New York
Owner: Francine Gray
Phone: 315-514-4164
Email: francinemgray@gmail.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/grayshomesteadfarm
Common Products: Seasonal Piglets (American Berkshire Association Registered) and Goatmilk Soaps.


The Office for American, Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian Programs (OAIANNHP), Administration for Community Living (ACL), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) does not verify, promote, or endorse any individual food producer, and it is the responsibility of the consumer to perform their own due diligence prior to purchasing any goods or services from the food producers listed in the Native Food Directory. OAIANNHP/ACL/HHS is not liable for any business transactions that result from the use of this directory.

Title VI Gardens

Did you know that Title VI programs can build their own gardens?  Click here to download the Title VI Gardens’ Quick Guide to learn more.  The guide provides information about how Title VI funds can be used, details about the Donation and Exchange Program, and links to valuable resources to help you get started with your garden project.

If you have any questions about this program, then please contact us at nativefood@acl.hhs.gov.

Little River Band of Ottawa Indians

This Title VI garden was built using galvanized steel stock tanks graded for garden use.  The soil was purchased from a local greenhouse, and they included donated tomato plants and discounted the squash and pepper plants. This creative, budget-friendly option proves that any Title VI program can build their own garden to increase the health and happiness of their elders.

Photos and Title VI garden creation and development by Victoria Wells, Elder's Meal Coordinator.