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Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson, a member of the Hopi Tribe in Northern Arizona, serves as the Native American Agriculture Fund’s (NAAF) Research Associate. Dr. Johnson recently received his PhD from the University of Arizona’s School of Natural Resources and the Environment. Dr. Johnson is a traditional Hopi farmer and practitioner and has given extensive lectures on the topic of Hopi dryland farming – a practice of his people for over two millennia – throughout his academic and professional career. Dr. Johnson’s work focuses on Indigenous Agriculture Knowledge, as it relates the areas of conservation and subsistence farming.
Regeneration in Indigenous Communities