Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, NAPI
MISSION: Continue the legacy of Navajo farming, producing superior products, practicing stewardship and creating value for our people.
VISION: Farming sustainably across generations to cultivate a healthy Nation.
Watch our Navajo Pride Organic Watermelon from preparing the crop beds to preparing for sales! Aaron Benally, Crop Director and Amanda Kerr, Crop Manager show you what the organic department is working on for the 2017 season. For more information on the Navajo Pride Organic products, contact 505-566-2600.
(L-R) Lionel Haskie, Eric Nez, Denise Hayes, Ryan Garcia, Dineh John FARMINGTON, NM – NAPI’s succession plan provides leadership development training for employees and will continue participating in local programs. Lionel Haskie, Operations & Maintenance Manager and Dineh John, Agricultural Testing & Research Laboratory (ATRL) Manager successfully completed the Leadership San Juan offered by […]
Surviving a Month with Two Weeks’ Water By: Carol Miller Imagine yourself in this nightmare scenario: At the height of the season, the pipeline that carries water from your only water source bursts. Repairs will be costly. And, even when executed as quickly as possible, it will be a month before you have access to […]
Bowl For Kids' Sake! NAPI is fundraising for the Big Brothers Big Sisters by participating in the ‘Fool’s Gold Treasure Bowl’ event on July 22, 2017. Five NAPI Employees are registered to bowl at the event and need your support! All proceeds will go to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Visit our site to donate at: […]
FARMINGTON, NM – NAPI will provide a variety of farm activities and presentations to Crownpoint Elementary School, kindergarten through 5th grade in the course of 3-days. Crownpoint Elementary School will visit NAPI on April 26, 27, and May 3 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Each day, over 100 students will learn about NAPI and […]
Enjoy photos from our Earth Day event on April 21, 2017. NAPI’s staff picked trash along route N3003 to HWY 550, including areas near Ojo Amarillo, the Main Office, Region 1 and Region 2 complex.
The issuing / sale of hunting permits under the current NAPI Hunting Program continues to be on hold at this time due to our safety and risk management review. A definite date has not been established on the possible opening of hunting activity within NAPI boundaries at this time. Once again please continue to monitor […]
FARMINGTON, NM – NAPI is well-known for being one of the largest contiguous farms in the United States. To show appreciation for the land and commemorate Earth Day on April 22, NAPI employees will pick trash in a span of over 30 miles on April 21. The annual event has each department participate, including contractors […]
FARMINGTON, NM – For the next two years, Wilton Charley, NAPI Chief Executive Officer will continue the transformation of sustainable farming, increasing employment opportunities; and providing partnership opportunities in collaboration with Navajo Owned/Native Owned businesses. Wilton Charley, NAPI CEO (center) stands with NAPI’s Technical Services Laborers in the Organic Field. (Left to right) Kevin Talk, […]
All operations at NAPI are on a 2-hour delay this Tuesday morning, 4/04/17. We will open the Main Office, Region 2 Scales, and Farm Scales at 10 a.m.
SHIPROCK, NM – On March 6, NAPI coordinated with Alforex Seeds and Eastern Colorado Seeds, LLC to provide the Shiprock community with an overview on alfalfa stand establishment and management. The event was initiated between NAPI and Dineh Benally, Shiprock Chapter Farm Board and presented by Ron Miller with Alforex Seeds. The presentation had topics […]
The Navajo Agricultural Products Industry seeks indications of interest of a qualified person from the Western Agency for one position on the Board of Directors of the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”). The position is presently vacant. Members of the NAPI Board of Directors are required by Navajo law to serve under an agreement that […]