Legal Issues: Indigenous Food & Agriculture, Spring 2019
LAWW 762V. Legal Issues: Indigenous Food & Agriculture. 1 Hour.
This course examines the complex interaction of tribal law, treaties, and federal agricultural and food laws, including property law applicable to tribal lands.
Unit 2: Contemporary Health Issues and Food Production in Indian Country
Tuesday, February 12: Erin Parker lecture: Download Class Slides
EchoHawk, Hipp, & Pipestem, Feeding Ourselves; pgs 30-39:
USDA National Census of Agriculture (2012): Race/Ethnicity/Gender Profile Series, American Indian/Alaska Native Farm Operators Compared with All Farms (file is attached)
USDA National Census of Agriculture Highlights: American Indian Farmers:
Other Materials to Browse and Scan:
USDA, Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations:
American Indian Foods Program Success Stories:
Intertribal Food Systems Report:
USDA Departmental Regulation 1350-002: Tribal Consultation, Coordination, and Collaboration:
Unit 3: Statutory and Regulatory Authority
Tuesday, February 19 class with Stacy Leeds will be rescheduled to March 5th.
Unit 4: Land Use in Indian Country and Agriculture Resource Management Plans
Tuesday, February 26: Colby Duren lecture: Download Class Slides
Unit 5: The 2018 Farm Bill and the Future of Indigenous Food and Agriculture Policy
Tuesday, March 12: Colby Duren lecture
Unit 7: Quapaw Case Study: Modern Tribal Governance
Tuesday, April 2 lecture by Janie Hipp - this content will constitute 2 class sessions. Prior to Janie Hipp’s class appearance, the class will watch The Pride of Ogahpah documentary on Amazon Prime (allocate approximately 80 minutes to view).
Unit 8: Tribal Business Entity Formation and Trade - Final Class Period with Stacy Leeds, April 4, 2019