George Price serves as A VOICE board member. George Price (Assonet band of the Wampanoag tribal nation of Massachusetts) has been living on his five-acre organic, polyculture farm on the Flathead Indian Reservation since the Summer of 1985. He retired from a 33-year teaching career in May of 2018: 10 years at Two Eagle River School, 3 years at Salish Kootenai College, and 20 years at the University of Montana, teaching Native American Studies, American History, and African American Studies. Dr. Price has also served on several boards and committees from the 1990s to the present, including the Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition, Indian People’s Action, the Missoula Martin Luther King Jr. Day Committee, A VOICE, the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Climate Change Advisory Committee, and the Montana Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative. Now retired, he is devoting the remainder of his life to Earth/Water protecting, organic farming, food sovereignty, writing, and replacing industrial capitalism with local, eco-harmonious, life-supporting, cooperative, alternative societal and economic structures.