The White Mountain Apache Tribe of Eastern Arizona has 15,000 members, many living on tribal lands. The reservation consists of 1.67 million acres in east-central Arizona. Their home is rich in tradition, resources, wildlife, and outdoor recreation.
Our liaisons are from the WMAT Hydrology & Water Resources Agency and are working on an ambitious pilot project to revitalize agriculture on the reservation. Farming plays a central role in the tribe's history and culture, and they are determined to reinvigorate local farming practices and to foster entrepreneurship.
Our teams are worked with the community to create a welcome center and a modern green house.
To learn more about the White Mountain Apache Tribe, please visit their website.