Extension services are available in nearly 100% of US counties but can only be found in roughly 10% of Indigenous communities. Given the Land Grant mission of equity and access, as well as the history of Indigenous land dispossession that allowed for the creation of Land Grant Institutions, Extension has a responsibility to provide equitable access to the benefits of Extension education. When these programs do exist, they tend to be underfunded and not able to provide equitable support. Despite these challenges, educators are creating successful collaborations with Indigenous communities. We will explore the characteristics of successful educators and programs, some of the barriers that they face, and the systemic structures that can be put into place to support them.