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Bush Fellows in the business sector are leading community change.
Beekeepers and health clinicians might not have much in common at first glance. But when they’re associated through the Bush Foundation’s Community Innovation Grants, it becomes easier to see the connection.
2014 Bush Fellow Christina Sambor leads an effort to end human trafficking in North Dakota.
Improving communities through the power of creativity.
Three ways to improve education for every student
Native nation building has been central to the Bush Foundation’s work since it launched the Native Nations Initiative in 2009.
By Tammy Galvin
Building and strengthening connections among people working to make the region better for everyone.
By Heid E. Erdrich (2001 Bush Fellow)
The fellowship program Archibald Bush first envisioned has evolved over the last 50 years without straying far from its original goal — investing in extraordinary people with extraordinary potential.
By Laura Billings Coleman
Great ideas from tribal communities account for nearly a quarter of all Community Innovation grants.
Working to prevent violence against women.
Story by Laura Billings Coleman
Photographs by David J. Turner