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 […]

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NAPI Utilizes Local Leadership Program for Succession Plan

 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 San Juan College.“The program has enlightened my experience to San Juan County and […]

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2017 NAPI Scholars Program – Deadline 9/14/16

To view the testimonial's of our previous recipients, visit our link at: NAPI Scholars Program NAPI has scholarship opportunities available for undergraduate students enrolled at New Mexico State University, NMSU. As an enterprise of the Navajo Nation, NAPI produces premier products such as wheat, corn, alfalfa, pinto beans, potatoes and flour. NAPI’s Scholars Program provides […]

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NM farmers donate 2.3 million pounds of fresh food to Roadrunner Food Bank

New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture stands next to a tote of locally grown potatoes donated to Roadrunner Food Bank by Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) in Farmington. Information from www.nmda.nmsu.edu (ALBUQUERQUE) – New Mexico’s largest food bank is reflecting on a record-setting year, thanks to the amount of fresh, local food donated by farmers in […]

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