This $2,500 grant enables us to organize and facilitate garden workshops with our local partnerships and schools at the New Beginnings Community Garden. If your school program or local organization is interested learning more about urban gardening, please contact our project organizer Karyn Denny at (970) 238-1192 or e-mail:

We offer garden education workshops on seed saving, companion planting, composting, and many gardening activities at the New Beginnings Community Garden located on 1050 W. Apache St, in Farmington, NM.

   NAPI Awards Local Non-Profit Organizations for Community Projects

2019 NPBF2019 Navajo Pride Benefit Fund Recipients: (L-R, back) Brandon Francis, Walton Yazzie, Tyrone Begay, Lucinda Barney, Ralph Scott (L-R, front) Karyn Denny, Julie Bedonie, Nora John, and Pamela Drake

Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) – Six local organizations were selected for the Navajo Pride Benefit Fund (“NPBF”) to assist their respective community project, an award worth up to $5,000.The NPBF committee and NAPI management staff presented each organization with their award on September 25 at the main headquarters, south of Farmington, NM.

The NPBF committee selected the following organizations and their community projects:

  • San Juan County Partnership: Opioid Overdose Prevention
  • Chinle Chapter: Community Basketball Court
  • San Juan Soil & Water Conservation District: New Beginnings Community Garden
  • Tohatchi Community Chapter: Nakai Recreational Park
  • Indian Wells Chapter: Veteran Building Handicap Accessibility Ramp
  • Healing Circle Drop-In Center: Achieving Success Through Traditions and Technology
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