This page highlights the work of some of the organizations the Agua Fund supports.
The Model Food and Agriculture Code is a project of the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at the University of Arkansas School of Law. The model codes will support the efforts of tribal governments to encourage agricultural production and improve food systems and health outcomes in Indian Country.
The Hopi Foundation was established in 1985 by local Hopis who wanted to promote self-sufficiency, proactive community participation in their own destiny, self-reliance, and local self-determination..
NDN Collective builds the collective power of Indigenous Peoples, communities, and Nations to exercise their inherent right to self-determination, while fostering a world that is built on a foundation of justice and equity for all people and the planet. .
First Nations Development Institute works to strengthen American Indian economies to support healthy communities through technical assistance and training, advocacy and policy, and direct financial grants in the areas of Native foods and health, strengthening Native nonprofit organizations, financial and investor education, Native American business development, and combating predatory lending.