NAPI Region 2 Store and the Main Office will be closed on Monday, August 15, 2022 to observe National Navajo Code Talkers Day. All locations will return to normal business hours on Tuesday, August 16.
NAPI is in need of several laborers to help during our upcoming harvest!! If you know anyone looking for a job, a complete job description and application is available at: https://napi.navajopride.com/employment/ PRECAUTIONS for COVID-19: NAPI’s Main Office is currently CLOSED until further notice.
For a complete listing of our current OPEN POSITIONS or an EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, visit: https://napi.navajopride.com/employment/
On February 28, 2022, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) conducted a survey regarding Custom Grazing. The survey provided valuable feedback from local ranchers to the management team at NAPI.The last question on the survey allowed individuals to enter a drawing. The drawing
For decades, Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (“NAPI”) has provided Navajo ranchers with grazing access during the winter months on irrigated fields that grow winter wheat, alfalfa, cornstalks, and other crop residue forage. Under the direction of the NAPI Board of Directors, a
5:30 am – NAPI is on a 2-hour delay due to inclement weather. All locations at the farm will open at 10 a.m., this includes NAPI’s Main Office and Region 2 Store. Drive with caution when traveling through the farm. Updates will
Veterans’ Day, Nov. 11 – EARLY CLOSURE: Open 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., last purchase for hay at 11:30 a.m. NAPI honors all who sacrifice and serve on behalf of our nation. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanksgiving, Nov. 25 & 26 – CLOSED NAPI wishes
Navajo Agricultural Products Industry would like to recognize the Corn Department for their hard work and commitment to grow and harvest our Navajo Pride Corn. NAPI’s Corn Department participated in the annual National Corn Yield Contest, hosted by the National Corn
Congratulations on achieving your anniversary with NAPI! We know you have worked hard for this accomplishment, and we truly appreciate your dedication. With your help, we will continue the legacy of Navajo farming, produce superior products, practice stewardship, and create value for
As an enterprise of the Navajo Nation, NAPI is abiding by all Public Health Orders set forth by the Navajo Department of Health. As of October 18, 2021 (Public Health Order No. 2021-020), most businesses were declared as “Orange Status.” The Public