Support Taylor's Dream Of Teaching Agriculture Practices

All over the United States, Native American youth are working to promote entrepreneurship in their communities. In Spanish Fork, Utah, Taylor Eddie (Navajo) dreams of introducing agriculture as a business career to the Nebo School District's Title VI Indian Education program in order to teach her peers and younger students hands-on practices in agriculture.

"Local farming gives us the ability to feed people in our communities independent of outside influences and keeps dollar spent on agricultural products in the local economy." Taylor's program will also teach students how to start a business and have it be successful advertising, planning, employment, and money management.

As one of Running Strong's "Dreamstarters," Taylor is one of 10 remarkable Native American young people who dream of promoting entrepreneurship in their communities. We can help make her dreams come true.

Sign the pledge and support Taylor's dream of creating a program to teach agriculture practices in her community.
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