Connecting, Strengthening and Scaling Food Supply Chains in the Northwest and Rocky Mountain Region

Nora Frank-Buckner

Tahoma Peak Solutions

Nora has passionately worked in Tribal food systems and sovereignty for over a decade. Her primary focus is on collaborative leadership and systems thinking that has contributed toward the efforts of a regional food sovereignty movement through the NW Tribal Food Sovereignty Coalition from 2017-2022. She is the Director of Food Sovereignty Programs with Tahoma Peak Solutions — A Native Woman-Owned firm focusing on strategic communications and food systems planning and design. Her expertise is developing, facilitating, and coordinating networks, coalitions, and tribal programs that address food sovereignty and systems, food security, and access to fresh, nutritious, and traditional foods.
Tahoma Peak Solutions has worked with partners such as Tribes, First Nations Development Institute, Newman’s Own Foundation, Oregon Farm to School & School Garden Network, Washington Department of Agriculture, and NW Harvest. Tahoma Peak Solutions will serve as a Regional Partner to the NW and Rocky Mountain Regional Food Business Center to provide services in training, technical assistance, and capacity-building activities specific to Native American communities.
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