Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI)/Navajo Pride Organics was recognized as “Supplier of the Year” for the Rocky Mountain region by Whole Foods Market on May 24. The suppliers were celebrated for “outstanding innovation, environmental stewardship, commitment to regenerative agriculture and more.” Aaron
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 14, 2021 ILLEGAL DRAG RACING CAUSES ROAD CLOSURE ON NAPI PROPERTY FARMINGTON, NM – The Huerfano community and Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) are working together to prevent the illegal drag racing occurring on Navajo Route 4178.
FARMINGTON, NM – Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) will observe the re-issuing of the 57-hour weekend lockdown across the Navajo Nation beginning September 22. NAPI’s Region 2 Store, located on the farm, will be closed on Saturdays until further notice. The store
Left to right: Dave Zeller, NAPI CEO; Vice-President Myron Lizer; Roselyn Yazzie, NAPI COO FARMINGTON, NM – Navajo Nation Vice-President Myron Lizer visited Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) on June 17 and met with Dave Zeller, Chief Executive Officer and Roselyn Yazzie,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 4, 2020 FARMINGTON, NM – On June 4, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) notified employees that the extended partial shutdown implemented on March 31 has been further extended to July 5. NAPI is an enterprise of the Navajo
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 13, 2020 In response to the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice-President executive order (No. 004-20) issued on May 12, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) will further extend the partial shutdown of operations to prevent the