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.


President Nez signs long-awaited master agriculture lease for NAPI

Provided by the Office of the President and Vice President, please visit or find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. FARMINGTON N.M. – On Monday, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez was joined by Navajo Agricultural Products Industry Board of Directors as he signed the first-phase master agriculture lease for NAPI to continue operations on […]

November 2019 – Hours of Operation

NAPI will recognize Veterans’ Day on November 11 and Thanksgiving on November 28. Hours of operation for the Main Office, Farm Scales, and Region 2 Scales will change to allow employees to spend with their families. On November 27, all locations at NAPI will close early to allow employees time to prepare for Thanksgiving. On […]

2019 Halloween Costume Contest

UPDATE, 11/1/19: THANK YOU EVERYONE for voting for our NAPI EMPLOYEE COSTUME CONTEST! It was a BATTLE and a HUGE SURPRISE!! After compiling all the votes on all our Navajo Pride social media sites and website, the total count resulted in the following: **** FIRST PLACE – TIE **** “NAPI Oscar the Grouch” (#16) AND […]

2019 NAPI Employee Appreciation

On Friday, October 18, NAPI celebrated the employees at McGee Park in Farmington, NM. The event included a delicious luncheon by Infinite BBQ, raffle drawings, entertainment by Shar Redhorse, and the presentation of awards for employees who reached their Years of Service. Lydell Rafael with KNDN kept the program flowing with sound provided by DJ […]

2019 Customer Appreciation Day

Our well-known FREE Navajo Pride Potato Bar is coming on Saturday, November 2, 2019! It’s our day to say THANK-YOU to all our customers and supporters. The event will be held at NAPI’s Region 2 complex – 6 miles south of Farmington, NM on HWY 371 and 6 miles west on Navajo Route 3003. Our […]