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.

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2019 Customer Appreciation Day

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

NAPI Early Closure – October 18, 2019

On Friday, October 18, an appreciation luncheon will be provided to NAPI EMPLOYEES.   We value our employees who are continuing the legacy of Navajo farming, producing superior products, practicing stewardship and creating value for our people.   We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. NAPI will return to it’s normal business hours on […]

Public Statement of NAPI Board of Directors

On September 26, 2019, the Navajo Times featured an article on the front page entitled, “Nation’s first hemp dispensary to open Oct. 5.”  The article referred to the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) Farm as a potential location for a lease with the Native American Agriculture Company to grow hemp.  It is NAPI’s position that […]

NAPI Awards Local Non-Profit Organizations for Community Projects

Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) – Six local organizations were selected for the Navajo Pride Benefit Fund (“NPBF”) to assist their respective community project, an award worth up to $5,000. The NPBF committee and NAPI management staff presented each organization with their award on September 25 at the main headquarters, south of Farmington, NM. “I […]

NAPI Places First at the Great NM Chile Taste-Off

Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) – NAPI proved to be one of the best on September 21, by receiving first place at the “Great New Mexico Chile Taste-Off” in Socorro, NM. Local growers from across the state of New Mexico attended the event to compete with one another. There were four categories in the competition: Green […]