APHIS works with Native American producers and Tribes to help safeguard their agricultural livestock, crops, and natural resources from disease, pests, and wildlife damage. We are committed to building a future where history is acknowledged, sovereignty is respected, and mutual growth fostered. >>More
In keeping with Executive Order 13175: Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribal Governments, APHIS provides opportunities for Tribes to participate in policy development to the greatest extent practicable and permitted by law.
APHIS is collaborating with State and Tribal partners through a far-ranging program to combat these invaders.
The APHIS Native American Working Group (ANAWG) provides advice to APHIS animal and plant health experts around the country about ways to better serve Tribes, intertribal committees, and related organizations. ANAWG also helps coordinate APHIS’ partnerships with Tribal governments.
APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine staff in Big Sky Country are helping Tribes protect their cattle’s grazing land with unlikely partners: insects from abroad.