We have seasonal organic produce available for purchase Monday - Saturday.
Tours provided daily to view the medicinal garden, organic farm, and eco-tourism.
Donations can be made on site or by visiting:
Located near the present day Hoke and Robeson County lines, the Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center is just as short drive from Lumberton and Fayetteville. Here, where ancient cypress lakes border lush farmland and offer a picturesque backdrop for sunsets of incredible beauty, our people have found our home for more generations than anyone can count.
Back when mankind found his sustenance in hunting and gathering, native people found this oasis, where large catfish, abundant deer and other game mingled with lush vegetation. The Lumbee Indian and members of other local tribes such as the Cheraw and Pone made their home in the rich basins of the Lumber River, Drowning Creek and its subsidiaries.
Hundreds of Years passed, the Europeans came and life changed. The Revolutionary war occurred and was featured just yards from our present day location, which was a muster point for Tory forces. The Civil War came and relationships among people were forever altered. The industrial revolution changed everything, and now, as industry is fading and agriculture again taking its role of prevalence in our society, the Native American once more finds prominence in this ancient land.
The Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center is a beacon of that prominence, as can be seen by the number of programs and services offered here. Services and programs such as health and wellness training, cultural and environmental education, a two acre organic farm, a medicinal garden, Pow Wows, festivals, agritourism, ecotourism, a large pond for fishing, kayaking, canoeing and more, Subsistence Lifeways Education and Training and more.
We invite all people, races and cultures to visit us here at Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center. Here you will find a welcoming people, a wisdom tempered with modern experience and friendships that endure. Where past meets present, the Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center welcomes you to our home.
Our Mission :
Our purpose for existing
The mission of Hawkeye Indian Cultural Center, Inc. an
nonprofit, multi-program, family-orientated health
and human service center, is
to strengthen families, unite people through cultural
enrichment and enhance
the self-sufficiency of underserved and distressed
among Native Americans in Hoke and surrounding
Our Vision :
Our Dream for Tomorrow
Our vision is to become the Southeastern North
Carolina region's most valued
asset for health, human services, cultural enrichment,
advocacy and other community services as a result of
our excellent programs,
caring services and ability to address community
Organic Produce, Organic, squash, zucchini, okra, beets,
tomatoes, potatoes, corn, pumpkins, cantaloupe,
watermelon, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, kale, arugula,
asian mizuna, cucumbers, spinach, beans, mustard, collards,
cabbage, turnips, swiss chard, rhubarb, peppers, eggplant,
bell pepper, butternut squash, blue hubbard squash
We are located on Hwy 211 in the Antioch Community between Raeford and Red Springs at:
5710 Red Springs Rd.
Red Springs, N.C. 28377
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM till 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM till 12:00 PM
Hoke County CSA, Sandhills Farm to Table, Michaels Restaurant of Pembroke,NC,
The Mill Restaurant of Raeford, NC, Elliot's On Linden of Pinehurst, NC, Boys &
Girls Club of the Lumbee Tribe of NC, Ashtens of Pinehurst, NC, Interfaith Food
Shuttle, Rue Thirty Two of Pinehurst, City Farm, Hoke County High School
Culinary Dept., Jefferson Inn