About TAF & Financial Reports
TAF Annual Reports
2022-23 Annual Report
TAF Audit Reports
2022 Audit Report
TAF Tax Reports
2022 Tax Report
About Tribal Agriculture Fellowship
The mission of the Tribal Agriculture Fellowship is to create opportunities for students to advance their education in agriculture, increase specialized knowledge and preserve and promote the legacy of agriculture in tribal communities.
The TAF Program is a last-dollar fellowship program. Students are encouraged to accept financial aid from other sources, including university financial assistance, federal financial aid, prestige fellowship & scholarships, and tribal scholarships.
TAF was designed to close the financial gap to allow Fellows to place their primary focus on their academic pursuits while allowing Fellows to have the time and resources needed to participate in educational enrichment activities.
Tribal Agriculture Fellowship resources can be utilized for:
- tuition & fees,
- meal plans,
- equipment fees and testing costs,
- professional development
Who can apply:
- College students who are Native American, Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian
- Member or descendant of a Tribe or Indigenous community.
- Rising and current technical, undergraduate, and graduate students.