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The Farm Report by Bill Robinson🌶️🌶️🌶️ Yoeme Blue is the favored flour corn of the Yoeme, or Yaqui, People. The Yoeme have grown this corn for thousands of years in the valley of the Yaqui River, from Northern Sonora to the river's terminus in the Gulf of California. Some Yoeme, who were driven out of Mexico in the 1840s and 50s, formed the village of Old Pasqua near Tucson where they grow Yoeme Blue to this day. It is the only low desert adapted blue corn. Seeds for this variety are in critically short supply. Seeds produced this year at The Crazy Chile Farm will will be given to the Semalulukuk Yaqui Farm in Guadalupe, AZ, and to the Pasqua Yaqui Historical Museum Garden at Old Pasqua.
The Farm Report by Bill Robinson🌶️🌶️🌶️ Yoeme Blue is the favored flour corn of the Yoeme, or Yaqui, People. The Yoeme have grown this corn for thousands of years in the valley of the Yaqui River, from Northern Sonora to the river's terminus in the Gulf of California. Some Yoeme, who were driven out of Mexico in the 1840s and 50s, formed the village of Pasqua Yaqui near Tucson where they grow Yoeme Blue to this day. It is the only low desert adapted blue corn. Seeds for this variety are in critically short supply. Seeds produced this year at The Crazy Chile Farm will will be given to the Semalulukuk Yaqui Farm in Guadalupe, AZ, and to the Pasqua Yaqui Historical Museum Garden at Pasqua Yaqui.
Please SHARE to help protect our people... If You, your Nation or Tribe need PPE facemask protection donations, or you would like to volunteer to make facemasks for our Native American Nations for what is for us an "Extinction Level Event".. please watch this video @Sew You Care Native American, Indigenous Outreach, and then go to our FB and click on our website up top to volunteer. Also PLEASE MESSAGE ME there TO REQUEST FACEMASK DONATIONS. Won't you join us ? Welcome!! 💜💜💜 Please Like, and Share, Share, Share #nonationleftbehind https://www.facebook.com/101921471532546/posts/101949008196459/
Cucurbita argyrosperma, in a vast number of varieties, is grown in North America from New England, across the Southern and Southwestern States, and down the length of Mexico. It is especially favored by the O’odham speaking people of Southern Arizona where it is called Ha:al, when mature, and Ha:al mamaht, when young. The bulk of our early crop (planted in March) at the Crazy Chile Farm will be given to two indigenous groups; Native Health in Mesa for their Native American culinary education program, and to the Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture, to be added to the weekly food box program supporting the Ajoans and Tohono O'dham. The pictured squash are being kept for seed for our late summer planting.🌶️🌶️
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The Farm Report by Bill Robinson🌶️🌶️🌶️ Operating a non-profit farm is never without some surprising twists and surprises. A call To the Crazy Chile Farm from Native Health in Phoenix asking for help for a Northern Arizona Native American Tribe, grew rapidly into the remarkable event described here.... Early yesterday morning a squadron of 12 Angel Flight West aircraft lifted off from Falcon field with a cargo of 2,233 pounds of emergency relief supplies for the Hualapai Tribe in NW AZ. The Hualapai have the highest per capita infection rate of COVID-19 of any US Indigenous People. These supplies, and a generous cash donation, were provided by 3 Episcopal Parishes, Transfiguration Mesa, St. Peters Litchfield Park, and Good Shepherd of the Hills Cave Creek. All three churches have representatives on the Episcopal Diocesan Council for Native American Ministries. Thanks to all of you (and many, many others!) who had a loving hand in this project. And to Candida of the Hualapai Tribe, Alexandro from Angel Flight, James at St. Peters, Beth at Good Shepherd, and the farmers of the Crazy Chile Farm at Transfiguration who worked so tirelessly on planning and logistics. I have no words. All I can say is what Candida said in her own language...Hankya, Hankya, Hankya.
Week 1 of Kindergarten Bootcamp was great! Thank you!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️
If You, your Nation or Tribe need PPE facemask protection donations, or you would like to volunteer to make facemasks for our Native American Nations for what is for us an "Extinction Level Event".. please watch this video @Sew You Care Native American, Indigenous Outreach, and then go to our FB and click on our website up top to volunteer. Also please message me there to request facemasks. Won't you join us ? Welcome!! 💜💜💜 Please Like, and Share, Share, Share #nonationleftbehind https://www.facebook.com/101921471532546/posts/101949008196459/
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? Has any yutes there gotten a guitar recently. as ive lived near an jobs frum previous office there, i hope to donate two more like i recently bought from amazon. inixensive classical guitar. ( i may do rock an roll also i heard) just howdy frum me, part Lakota frum the Dakotas.retired custodialmark. as seen on youtube an facebook for my practices i learnted songs when i was once locked down in the early summer of sixty eight. (broken leg story separate) ...we await the dons next gift of repentance an stimulas. so i pre pay for a native youth to learn for free...eta June 1st - d day ...
The Farm Report by Bill Robinson🌶🌶🌶 We all enjoyed a refreshingly slow week at The Crazy Chile Farm at Transfiguration. Except for Kristin who milled another 25 lbs. of Durum wheat berries for the Native Health education and feeding programs, the rest of us passed the time by pulling weeds! Meanwhile Field #1 and it's Extension spent their time GROWING...The Yoeme Blue corn has tassels and small ears, the Tohono O'odham squash appears to be planning a takeover, teparies and limas are both forming lots of pods, and a healthy number of chile plants are now well over a foot high, with pods! Other than weeding, the bulk of our efforts can now shift over to Field #2 as we prepare for the Monsoon planting in July.
Yes, The Crazy Chile Farm is proud of It's chile production. However, except for 2016, We have also grown a regionally local variety of Native American corn. The roll-call is as follows: 2015, Flor del Rio from Velarde, NM (It gets 2 pictures because it's so colorful!); 2017, Chapalote, from Sonora, Mex...among the most ancient known varieties (and the only maize that produces brown kernels); 2018, Yoeme Blue, the extremely scarce maize of the Yoeme (Yaqui) of Sonora and the American SW; 2019, Tohono O'dham 60-Day corn; and this year Yoeme Blue in the Field #1 Extension with Navajo Blue going into Field #2 in July as a Monsoon crop.🌽🌽🌽

NATIVE HEALTH provides a wide range of programs, including primary medical, dental, behavioral health, WIC and community health and wellness.

At NATIVE HEALTH, we strive to provide the best health care available for urban American Indians, Alaska Natives, and other individuals who generally experience barriers to holistic, patient-centered, culturally sensitive health and wellness services. NATIVE HEALTH currently provides a wide range of services including Primary Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, WIC (available at four sites), and Community Health and Wellness programs. In 2011, over 15,000 individuals benefited from our services, which resulted in more than 70,000 visits. All of NATIVE HEALTH’s clinics are accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). NATIVE HEALTH has been accepted as a provider for most private insurance and state of Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS) plans.

Mission: NATIVE HEALTH provides holistic, patient-centered, culturally sensitive health and wellness services.

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Hello Wellness Warriors! Yá’át’ééh shik’èí dóó shidine’è

Please join the NATIVE HEALTH’s Indigenous Wellness Program for a virtual Chair Yoga Workshop, Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. MST via Zoom.

Chair Yoga is a great way to help reduce stress, tension, and improve sleep. Take a break with us and learn a variety of movements that you and your family can incorporate in your daily routines at work or at home.

MUST register to attend! Once registered, participants will be entered in a raffle. Click on the link to register: http://ow.ly/sfgS50ALIzY

[07/29/20]   Gregory Hill of Hill Tops Toy Factory, will present a free, online spinning top coloring class.

This is Kenya, a graduate of the Native Health Phoenix Home Visiting program. Our programs provide information on parent child interaction, child development, behavioral health, and fun online activities for families with children 0–8 years of age.

For more information on how to enroll your family call (602) 279-5262, x 3324 or email: [email protected]

Sharing great information from National Council of Urban Indian Health (of which NATIVE HEALTH is part of).

There are two great opportunities, the 2020-2021 Youth Council (ages 18-24). Application deadline is August 6. For more information click: https://www.ncuih.org/applynow. This is a great opportunity to learn more about Urban Indian Health Programs.

There is also the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign (for youth up to age 24) and deadline is August 7. For more information: https://www.ncuih.org/indigiwellnesshealer.

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The COVID -19 pandemic continues to impact our American Indian community physically, mentally, emotionally, and economically. Although businesses are reopening, we must remind our community to stay vigilant about physical distancing, handwashing, and wearing masks.

Covid-19 Health PSA for Los Angeles Tribal and Urban Indian communities: Businesses are reopening but we must remember to continue to PROTECT our community. COVID-19…

Sharing information from PBS Kids: https://pbskids.org/apps/pbs-kids-games.html. Play free learning games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters anytime, anywhere. PBS KIDS Games features top shows, including Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Super Why, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Dinosaur Train and more.

Gregory HillTops Hill, will present a free, online spinning top coloring class on Friday, July 31, 2020, 12:00 p.m. on the Native Health Phoenix page.

Hungry and live in the east valley? Did you know NATIVE HEALTH Mesa has fajita chicken meat today? Free, curbside, grab and go from 8:00 a.m.-noon. Children's and adult meals are also available.

NATIVE HEALTH Mesa is located at 777 West Southern, Building C, at Southern/Extension in Mesa.

Come on by- we're here until noon.

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Arizona renters hurt by COVID-19 must follow these 4 steps by Aug. 22 to avoid eviction

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azcentral.com Arizona renters have one month to follow these steps to qualify for eviction relief. Otherwise, they could lose their homes.

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ATSU DAT Prep Workshop

Interested in going to dental school? Sharing information on a free dental admission workshop presented by AT Still University: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/atsu-dat-prep-workshop-tickets-113134805248?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch.

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Check out this week's FREE food offerings at Native Health Phoenix Central, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Free food is available, curbside, and is grab and go!

NATIVE HEALTH Central is located at 4041 N. Central Avenue, Building C, in Phoenix.

Hello everyone! Yá'át'ééh shik'èí dóó shidine'è

This is a reminder to join NATIVE HEALTH’s Indigenous Wellness Program for a virtual Cooking Demo on Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 12PM MST via Zoom, where we will be demonstrating how to make Squash Blossom Tacos.

Participants that register and attend will be entered in a raffle for these cooking prizes! Click on the link to register: https://nachci.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvdOmoqTsoGdGnkBFS6kGt9DCPj6KamSj5

Where in the world is Wellbearto? NATIVE HEALTH's mascot, Wellbearto, is hiking in northern Montana (north of Whitefish). He's doing is part in social distancing and staying far away from people. While hiking, he saw a mama black bear and her cub! Fortunately, they didn't see Wellbearto!

Thinking about filing for bankruptcy? Need help filing bankruptcy documents? Check out Wednesday's FREE Legal Talk hosted by azcourthelp. For more information or to register: https://azcourthelp.org/public-events

NATIVE HEALTH's Circles of Care program collected 68 surveys from Youth participating in our Culture Through Art Expression activity. We found that 34.4% of AI/AN Youth surveyed agree or strongly agree they know how to plant foods such as corn, beans, and squash.

Find the full Evaluation Highlights Report at: www.nativehealthphoenix.org/services/community-health-and-wellness/coc/

Learn how you can participate in Circles of Care’s upcoming events by emailing [email protected] for more info.

#NativeHealthPhoenix #CirclesofCare #CoC #NativeYouth

How to grow plants from cuttings during the late summer

Hello everyone! Yá'át'ééh shik'èí dóó shidine'è!

We hope you’re all are staying safe. This week, Melissa, talks about how to grow plants from cuttings during the late summer. As always, please send Melissa any garden-related questions in the comments and she’ll be able to answer them. If you have any garden topics you would like us to discuss please comment!

Thank you and be on the lookout for the next week’s video!

Sharing information from Phoenix Indian Center: For more information on the Fostering American Indian Youth Virtual Workshop: https://www.phxindcenter.org/online-options/

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2020 Intertribal Opioid Wellness Summit

Sharing a resource: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-intertribal-opioid-wellness-summit-registration-98488350307

eventbrite.com Strengthen personal wellness and resilience through elements of the Wellness Wheel for managing troubling times and opioid use disorder.

Join us on Friday, July 31, 2020, 12:00 p.m. on the Native Health Phoenix page, as Gregory HillTops Hill will present a free, online spinning top coloring class.

We will be sending, by mail, a spinning top to color, an 8 piece coloring set and brush and string to spin the top to the first 23 who sign up below. Our supplies are limited, so please register one person per one household. To sign up visit: https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/event/spinning-top-coloring/?instance_id=14464

Week 2 Winner of the Native Health Phoenix Cultural Mural Photo Challenge. Thank you @sdeclay602 !

[07/25/20]   Hello everyone! Yá'át'ééh shik'èí dóó shidine'è

This week, ­­­Amber, of the Native Health Phoenix Indigenous Wellness Program, shows you how to make Frozen Yogurt Popsicles! Gather the kids to help in the kitchen for this tasty snack! All you need is:

• Plain yogurt
• Fruit chunks
• Banana
• Vanilla extract

We hope you try this out with your family! Be on the lookout for our next cooking demo next week!

NATIVE HEALTH would like to thank IKEA Tempe for their very generous donation of really cool staff appreciation bags, children's water, sand, and assorted toys, stuffed animals, and slippers for community elders.

The employee appreciation bags will be a welcome gift for staff that have been working so hard on the front line for months making sure that the community stays healthy. The children's toys will be distributed through different NATIVE HEALTH programs and they will be a great diversion while staying inside! The fuzzy and comfortable slippers will be given to community elders.

Thank you IKEA Tempe for such an awesome donation. You are appreciated!

NATIVE HEALTH s community programs were mentioned in the Strong Families AZ newsletter.

How to make a Hair Scrunchie and Face Mask

Loren Aragon of ACONAV will teach you how to make a Hair Scrunchie and Face Mask. For a list of materials required, visit our webpage: https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/event/how-to-make-hair-scrunchie-face-mask/?instance_id=14462

NATIVE HEALTH would like to know some information about our Cultural Classes. Please click on the link below after the class. Your feedback is greatly appreciated: https://poll.app.do/survey-native-health-cultural-classes-how-to-make-hair-scrunc

TODAY at 5 p.m. is the deadline to request your one-time ballot-by-mail or sign up for the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL) for the August 4 Primary Election.

Contact your County Recorder’s Office before 5 p.m. today to request your ballot so you can vote it safely at home! www.arizona.vote.

#AZVoteSafe #NativeVote2020

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Arizona renters hurt by COVID-19 must follow these 4 steps by Aug. 22 to avoid eviction

Worried about being evicted? Sharing information on where to get help and what to do: https://www.azcentral.com/story/money/business/economy/2020/07/23/4-steps-arizona-renters-must-take-by-aug-22-qualify-eviction-relief-covid-19/5479755002/

azcentral.com Arizona renters have one month to follow these steps to qualify for eviction relief. Otherwise, they could lose their homes.

Food distribution at our Native Health Mesa is cancelled for today, Friday, July 24. It will resume starting Tuesday, July 28, 8 a.m.-12 noon.

Food Distribution at Native Health Mesa is cancelled today, Friday, July 24, 2020, but will resume starting Tuesday, July 28, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

[07/24/20]   Loren Aragon of ACONAV will teach you how to make a Hair Scrunchie and Face Mask. For a list of materials required, visit our webpage: https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/event/how-to-make-hair-scrunchie-face-mask/?instance_id=14462

NATIVE HEALTH would like to know some information about our Cultural Classes. Please click on the link below after the class. Your feedback is greatly appreciated: https://poll.app.do/survey-native-health-cultural-classes-how-to-make-hair-scrunc

NATIVE HEALTH July Cultural Photo Challenge
Week 3: Stand by Traditional Plants/Foods or Medicines

General Eligibility:
1. American Indian/Alaska Native
2. One Entry per person

To Enter:
1. Take a photo wearing your traditional attire/Native gear (Native prints t-shirts, jewelry, etc.) that correlates with the weekly Photo Challenge.
2. Post photo and briefly explain the meaning or cultural significance behind what you are standing by.
3. Tag the photo with @nativehealthphoenix on Instagram (or tag Native Health Phoenix on Facebook); and include hashtag #NativeHealthPhoenix. Each image MUST have the hashtag in order to qualify for the weekly giveaway.

Selection of Winners:
Winners will be chosen by Native Health’s Youth Resiliency Program and Indigenous Wellness Program staff based on creativity and originality. All winners shall be notified on Fridays via @nativehealthphoenix Instagram story and on Facebook.

DEADLINE: July 25th at 5:00 pm MST
For more information call (602) 279-5262, ext. 3304 or email: [email protected]

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Largest Navajo Nation school to cancel fall sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Sharing: https://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/high-school/2020/07/23/largest-navajo-nation-school-cancels-fall-sports-due-covid-19-pandemic/5497896002/

azcentral.com There are now at least 13 reservation schools, mostly in northern Arizona, to cancel the fall sports season because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Did you know tomorrow, Friday, July 24, is the deadline to register for the Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL)? This means you can register to vote AND have your ballot delivered via mail to you! It's easy and fast and you won't have to go anywhere in November to vote.

This takes less than five minutes and your voice should be heard. www.arizona.vote.

Native Health Phoenix inHarmony HIV Fun Facts of the Week. For more information call /text (602) 620-3645 or email: [email protected]
#funfacts #HIV #HIVawareness #nativehealth #knowyourstatus

NATIVE HEALTH STEM - Week 5 - Day 10

Good morning NATIVE HEALTH STEM students and welcome to our final class. Today, Professor Clytus and his assistant Professor Ayden will show you how to make the Parachute Egg Drop Expirement.

Parents/Guardians - don’t forget to visit our webpage: https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/community/online-youth-education/online-stem-class/ so you can print the activities so you and your child can follow along. Please post your questions and we will try to answer them during the video.

Thank you to the Arizona Community Foundation for funding this informative program.
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Food Distribution at our Native Health Mesa location is cancelled today, Thursday, July 23, 2020.

Food Distribution at Native Health Mesa is cancelled today, Thursday, July 23, 2020. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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