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Fellowships to USA Indigenous Graduate, Undergraduate, and Technical Students to Support Agricultural Studies

Tribal Agriculture Fellowship (TAF)


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Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR)
Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF)
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Important Dates
Deadline: 02/03/24 8:00 AM Save

Grant Description
Fellowships to USA indigenous graduate, undergraduate, and technical students to support agricultural studies. Eligible expenses include housing, meal plans, tuition and fees, equipment, testing costs, and professional development. Funding is intended to close the financial gap to allow Fellows to place their primary focus on their academic pursuits while allowing Fellows to have the time and resources needed to participate in educational enrichment activities.

The Tribal Agriculture Fellowship is an opportunity to be a part of a fellowship devoted to sharing the Indigenous perspective and making a difference in Tribal agriculture. Apply now and become part of the mission to create a lasting impact for future generations. Together, applicants can shape the future of Native agriculture.

The TAF Program is a last-dollar fellowship program. Students are encouraged to accept financial aid from other sources, including university financial assistance, federal financial aid, prestige fellowship & scholarships, and tribal scholarships.

Tribal Agriculture Fellowship resources can be utilized for:

  • Tuition & fees
  • Housing
  • Meal plans
  • Equipment fees and testing costs
  • Professional development


Additional Eligibility Criteria
Who can apply:
- College students who are Native American, Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian
- Member or descendant of a Tribe or Indigenous community.
- Rising and current technical, undergraduate, and graduate students.

Pre-Application Information
Applications are due February 3, 2024 at 8:00 AM.

Upon selection for Tribal Agriculture Fellowship program, fellows will be required to:
- Sustain suitable academic progress
- Complete two (2) fellowship hours per month assigned by TAF staff
- Participate in all TAF required activities
- Provide semester updates to TAF Program Coordinator
- Serve as a peer mentor to upcoming Fellows

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