The American Indian Health and Diet Project outlines specific steps in planning all sorts of gardens, including a Three Sisters Garden (corn, squash and beans), raised beds, containers and more.
Building a Community Garden: A Collaboration of New Mexico Farmers and Educators is a handbook for schools and community groups to teach gardening techniques. It covers planning a garden, seed...
Easy to understand one-page flyers about healthy eating and ChooseMyPlate can be downloaded here. They are part of the USDA Ten Tips Nutritional Education Series.
Dream of Wild Health operates a 10-acre farm in Minnesota that offers young people opportunities to learn farming, cooking, marketing and business skills. (Facebook)
This food safety site produced by Clemson Cooperative Extension offers details about every step of canning and other relevant food safety information for farmers, consumers, and the food industry.
Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture provides youth leadership training and traditional farming skills on the Hopi reservation in northeastern Arizona.
Just Move It is a national campaign to help indigenous communities promote physical activity, run by the Healthy Native Communities Partnership.
Let’s Move in Indian Country Toolkit...
Mayo Clinic lets you browse by food categories such as “heart-healthy” or “diabetes plan,” main ingredient, meal and number of servings.