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Bringing Back the Bavi: Gila River Farmers Focus on Traditional Crops
Ramona and Terry Button are storytellers who farm—and farmers who tell stories—and they do both at their Gila River reservation farm in Sacaton, Arizona...
Featured Photo: Oceti Sakowin Kitchen Nourishes the Protectors
Featured Photo: Pinyon Pine Cones Contain a Sacred Staple, Pine Nuts
Featured Photo: Mule Deer in the Spiritual Heart of Shoshone Homeland
Pine Nuts—Sacred Staple from Highland Forests
“Everything depends on the water and the trees,” said spiritual leader Johnny Bob, from the Yomba Shoshone Tribe, as he prayed for the start of a Western Shoshone pine-nut gatherin...
Bad Weather Cuts 2016 Manoomin Harvest in Half
Manoomin —Ojibwe for “the good berry,” known to many as wild rice—may be scarce this year, as poor weather has drastically reduced the harvest...
Santa Fe Food Conference and Cookbook To Celebrate ‘What Our Ancestors Ate’
This week the Museum of Indian Art and Culture (MIAC) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in partnership with the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C...
Crunchy Goodness Rules the Day in Black Seaweed Contest at Sealaska Celebration 2016
Slightly crunchy and lightly salted characterized the winning black seaweed entry as Dora Barr took top honors at one of two traditional-food contests at Sealaska Celebration 2016...
Soapberry Contest Offers Flashbacks to Delicious Days Gone By at Sealaska Celebration 2016
For Leonilei Abbott, it was a flashback to childhood, when her mother, Helen Watkins, would whip up a batch of her favorite treat...
Not Sold In Stores: Cherokee Nation to Disperse Heirloom Seeds February 1
The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited supply of heirloom seeds to tribal citizens interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops and plants starting February 1...
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