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Free Native Youth in Agriculture Summer
John Herrington Talks Space and STEM
Maine Paddlers Support Penobscot
Fighting for Right to Wear Feather
The Wild Pacific Meets Native Tourism
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Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Wrapup
On the River of Discovery
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Native Slurs Demand More Than Just PC
Canada Judge Decries 'Cultural Genocide'
Fisherman Dies After Swordfish Attack
Spirituality & Archaeology of CT Indians
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Truth and Reconciliation March in Canada
Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court
A Picnic-Perfect Jicama Salad
Thing About Skins
Redefining Native American Cuisine By Culture
Calling the food in Indian country “Native American fare” isn't quite correct, and chefs Freddie Bitsoie, Navajo, and Nephi Craig, Apache, are two voices in a growing campaign tryi...
Rose Hips: A Stroll on the Beach Can Ease Arthritis and Cure the Sniffles
I would like to understand why these pretty seed balls on bloomed rose bushes are called “hips.” They are really seed pods so wouldn’t “rose pods” make more sense?...
Meet the Masters: A Taste of Who’s Haute in Native Cuisine, Part 1
“New Native American Cuisine goes beyond tradition—it’s ancestral heritage.” -Chef Lois Ellen Frank When Loretta Barrett Oden (Potawatomi) opened Corn Dance Café in the early 1990s...
A Renaissance of Native Culinary Philosophy
A return to all things Native has long been a popular if oft short-lived pursuit for many of us when the holidays draw neigh, starting with November, the official month for feastin...
A Taste of Indian Country: New Magazine Dishes Up Native Cuisine, Health and Food Sovereignty
Sassy, friendly, erudite, helpful: Native Foodways is a handsome new food magazine from food-and-health nonprofit Tohono O’odham Community Action (TOCA), in Sells, Arizona...