In 2014, Rocky Reyna created Native Veda (which stands for Indigenous wisdom) and introduced her own spin on healing to her community, which included sound therapy, restorative yoga, Ayurveda, and Indigenous cuisine . In 2019-2020, Native Veda became a non-profit and regenerative farmstead. Collaboratively with her husband and two children they have showcased at local markets with seasonal foods and homestead handmade goods from their farm. They plan to use the Young Farmers grant to pay off their 80×20 greenhouse so that the may focus on other projects for 2023. Rocky was granted funds under the NRCS (Indigenous woman farmer) grant, with partial funds for a high tunnel greenhouse last year.