Reyna Banteah

Ts’uyya Farm

Reyna Banteah (she/her) is from the Pueblo of Zuni in New Mexico. In 2018, she founded and started her own agriculture business, Ts’uyya Farm, which she named after the Zuni word for hummingbird. She is currently farming in Albuquerque, NM with the focus on using sustainable Pueblo farming methods, saving seeds adapted to the Southwest, and providing the local community with healthy food. She has learned so much in the years that she has been farming, so she looks forward to learning how to best help BIPOC communities to create thriving, self-sustaining agricultural communities with more young entrepreneurs, farmers, and visionaries.