Healthy Native North Carolinians Network
The Healthy Native North Carolinians Network (HNNC) facilitates sustainable community changes around healthy eating and active living within North Carolina’s tribes and urban Indian organizations by leveraging common goals and resources. Since 2011, HNNC has created a successful model for developing organizational capacity, tribal self-determination, intertribal collaborations, and student internships. The HNNC capacity-building grant is administered by the American Indian Center at UNC Chapel Hill and supported by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust.
For more information about how to get involved with the Coharie Community Garden or the Sorghum Crop, contact HNNC Coordinator, Tabatha Brewer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (910) 564-6909.
Consider supporting the Coharie Tribe through purchasing a container of our Coharie-made sorghum syrup. Proceeds help to sustain our community garden initiative! They make great unique gifts for friends and family members and you are supporting our cultural preservation in the process!