Hoopa Shopping Center

In 2016, after the closing of the store that had served the Hoopa community for years, the residents of Hoopa Valley have had to travel significant distances to get groceries.  In order to increase food security and sovereignty, The Hoopa Valley Tribe supported the re-establishment of a 15,000 sq.ft. grocery store on the tribal reservation…

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Food Sovereignty: Yurok Tribe Fish Processing Feasibility

The Yurok Tribe has long sought a culturally-relevant fish processing plant to benefit tribal members and local fisheries. Working with tribal staff as well as the Yurok Economic Development Corporation, Greenway created a Basis of Design for an 8,500 sqft facility with a multi-functional commercial kitchen/food processing center. The commercial kitchen was intended to be…

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