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Video: Ojibwe Woman Leads Off Reservation Sustainability Movement
Monycka Snowbird raises chickens, rabbits, and goats, and produces enough organic crops to keep her family of three plus friends and neighbors well fed...
The Native American Dream: Ojibwe Woman Leads Sustainability Movement Off Reservation
Raising chickens, rabbits, and goats, and producing enough organic crops to keep a family of three plus friends and neighbors well fed brings to mind hay barns and fields amid a ru...
Report: Healthy, Traditional Foods Essential for Tribes’ Survival
Tanya H. Lee
Tribal sovereignty means food sovereignty, according to a report , Feeding Ourselves: Food Access, Health Disparities, and the Pathways to Healthy Native American Communities, rece...
Reclaiming Agriculture: 10 Things to Grow in Food Deserts
Since the term “food desert” was used in the 2008 Farm Bill , a lot of hype has surrounded these “suburban, rural and tribal communities” with limited access to fresh produce and o...
What Is a Food Desert? Do You Live In One? 23.5 Million In This Country Do
If at least 20 percent of your community lives in poverty and at least one-third of residents have to travel more than one city mile or 10 rural miles to reach a grocery store, you...
A Junk Food Tax in a Food Desert: Navajo Nation Tries to Curb Unhealthy Snacking
Be prepared to pay a little bit extra for that bag of Hot Cheetos...
Navajo Report Illustrates Need for Food System Sovereignty
In the largest food scarcity survey to take place across the Four Corners, results revealed that nearly 40 percent of Navajo Reservation residents don’t have access to enough food ...
Agua Caliente Helps Feed the Needy in Coachella Valley’s Food Desert
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians appreciates the work of nonprofit Well in the Desert to fill the stomachs of those struggling to make ends meet...
The Healing Trees: Planting Takes Off in Lame Deer, Pine Ridge, Fort Thompson and Beyond
“Trees offer food, shelter, shade and privacy; they control erosion and air pollution, and they’re beautiful,” said Ryhal Rowland, extension agent for the Northern Cheyenne Extensi...