From investing in women and youth to recognizing the true value of food, these five actions can help us save ourselves, our food systems, and the world.
By offering support and knowledge to Indigenous communities, the organization K’allam’p is working to inspire resilient food systems while strengthening the sovereignty of the Andean people of Ecuador. K’allam’p (pronounced ka-jahm-pah) aims to promote regenerative, holistic land management as well…
Seed Mother: Coming Home honors the importance of seeds and the communities from which they originated.
The 30 x 30 agenda would preserve 30 percent of the Earth’s land and sea by 2030, but it may also lead to food insecurity among Indigenous groups.
In a panel discussion, chefs from Canada and Israel talk about how they draw inspiration from their ancestors to create local, sustainable foods.
Women activists talk about their role in preserving and elevating Indigenous foodways during a recent panel organized by the James Beard Foundation and First Nations Development Institute.