Storing The Harvest
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By COPE Food Systems Specialist, Carole Palmer Humans have been preserving plant and animal products since the dawn of time by drying and...
- Aug 23, 2021
Mini-Grants Help Stores Adapt to COVID-19
August 2021 COPE’s Healthy Navajo Stores Initiative (HNSI) program collaborates closely with 34 stores located in New Mexico, Arizona,...
- Jun 18, 2021
Summer Solstice & Planting
By COPE Food Systems Specialist, Carole Palmer In traditional Navajo lifeways, the time Westerners know as the month of June correlates...
- May 12, 2021
COVID-19 Reflections from John Hosteen
February 2021 Yá’át’ééh and greetings my CPHE relatives! Navajo Nation has been in the news so much in the past year. It’s interesting to...
- Apr 14, 2021
Spring Into Gardening
The weather is warming up quickly, teasing us with the thought, “It must be time to get the garden started… right?”
- Feb 19, 2021
In Winter Into Spring Garden Thoughts
One way to create a garden you will enjoy is to think of it as a PROCESS, not a PROJECT. In this way, PLANNING is the key to garden success.
- Feb 8, 2021
Navajo Nation Healthy Diné Nation Act: An Implementation Study
In November 2014, the Healthy Diné Nation Act (HDNA) was signed into law by the Navajo Tribal Council and the Navajo Nation President....
- Oct 13, 2020
Training a Contact Tracing Workforce
Contact Tracing on Navajo Nation Contact Tracing for the Navajo Nation was enabled by the Navajo Nation Department of Health, the Navajo...
- May 29, 2020
Amish communities in Michigan sew scientifically designed face masks for Navajo Nation
COPE’s ongoing response to COVID-19 includes a mask-making mission by a group of researchers from Central Michigan University who call...
- May 4, 2020
FVRx Program Continues During COVID-19
COPE’s Navajo FVRx Program, now in its sixth year running, provides young Navajo families with greater access to nutritious food and...
- Mar 20, 2020
Q & A: How COPE is Increasing Access To Clean Water and Education on Navajo Nation.
Across the 27,000 square miles of Navajo Nation in the southwestern U.S., one of the biggest health issues is something many people...
- Mar 17, 2020
COPE COVID-19 Response
Dear COPE partners, In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, we would like to reinforce that the health and well-being of our...
- Nov 20, 2019
(Partners In Health) Research: A Model for Improving Community Health on Navajo Nation
Note: Article originally published on November 7, 2019 on pih.org (Click here) For more than 50 years, Community Health Representatives...
- Nov 18, 2019
Youth Leaders Inspired to Innovate for Better Health
“Attending the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice made me reflect upon America’s history of racial inequality and
- Oct 28, 2019
Health Care is a Human Right
I had no idea that traveling just over the border would open my eyes to the beautiful real world. Attending the 2019 Women Deliver...
- Jul 10, 2019
How this Water Initiative Empowers Youth
MANCOS, CO. - We began our lesson by asking the kids to raise their hand if they like to drink Kool-Aid, soda, Gatorade, or water. Then...
- Jun 7, 2019
Gardening with Kin Dah Lichi’i Olta’
By Hanna Kherzai WINDOW ROCK, AZ. - COPE's Food Access Team spent Thursday morning fixing up a garden with the Kin Dah Lichi’i Olta’ FACE...
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