tag: food

Harvest of Catawba kus
What’s on The Menu? Join Andi Murphy for Native America Calling’s regular update on all the latest food happenings.
#NAFOA40th in Illustrations by Matt Orley
Our “5 Things” Newsletter gives you the info you need to start your week well!
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Native gardeners have taken steps throughout the winter to prepare for the start of the growing season.
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Numbers are hard to come by, but one survey found the number of Indigenous farmworkers in California alone reached 140,000.
NAFOA
Only one week left until NAFOA turns 40!
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What’s on The Menu? Join Native America Calling’s resident foodie Andi Murphy to find out!
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Affording the basics is becoming harder every day as inflation continues to creep higher.
NAFOA
Community is our priority. Tell us what NAFOA means to you!
Sugar Maple and Yellow Birch
The Maple Tree (Wahta in Mohawk) is recognized by the Iroquois people as the representative of all trees.
Tundra to Table Cookbook
Native America Calling: The Menu (February 25, 2022)
From a sugarbush ceremony shut down by police to the new “Tundra to Table” cookbook, come see what’s On The Menu with Native America Calling.
NAFOA
NAFOA loves our community.
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It’s no stretch to find Native influences in many of the defining dishes of African American food in the South.
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Join “The Menu” — hosted by Native America Calling’s resident foodie Andi Murphy.
Sovereign Table
“Sovereign Table” explores the concepts, challenges and opportunities of the food sovereignty movement in Montana.
NAFOA
2022 is a BIG year for NAFOA!
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They don’t call this an Indigenous food movement for nothing.
ood Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservation is taking a big step toward tribal food sovereignty.
H.R.2074 - Indian Buffalo Management Act
The U.S. House of Representatives considers H.R.2074, the Indian Buffalo Management Act, on December 1, 2021.
Lummi Nation
“The appearance of the European green crab is a serious threat to our treaty fishing rights,” said Chairman Willie Jones Jr.
Wahpepah’s Kitchen
Join Native America Calling to explore the latest developments in Indigenous food and food sovereignty.
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At a time of the year when the bird plays a big role on the dinner table, Native America Calling will look at the significance of turkeys from a Native perspective.
Tom Vilsack
“USDA respects the unique nation-to-nation relationship between the federal government and tribal nations,” said Secretary Tom Vilsack.
Tim Giago
From Sean Sherman aka The Sioux Chef to poet laureate Joy Harjo, here are ways you can observe Native American Heritage Month.
Cherokee Nation Color Guard
Citizens of the Cherokee Nation, like most tribes across the country, have a deep commitment to the American military.
Joe Biden
From the missing and murdered crisis to sacred sites, the Biden administration is touting its Indian Country agenda as it hosts the White House Tribal Nations Summit.
Holy Rosary Mission
As the years pass there are not too many of the boys and girls forced to attend boarding schools still living.
Owamni - By The Sioux Chef
Learn about The Sioux Chef Sean Sherman’s new restaurant and more in the debut of The Menu, a new food program on Native America Calling.
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Native America Calling will talk about the origins and science that made its way into the historical and contemporary culinary traditions.
Kayenta Wellness Center
American Indians and Alaska Natives are experiencing increases in food insecurity as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Janie Hipp
For the first time in history, an Indigenous woman is overseeing U.S. agriculture law – but Janie Simms Hipp is just the latest in a number of Native people nominated to top posts in the Biden administration.
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Fishing for king and chum salmon on the Yukon River in Alaska is cancelled this year because fish numbers are so low.
Roy Slowman
Indigenous nations across the country have experienced chronic federal underfunding, which has led to disproportionate impacts tied to COVID-19 through housing, employment, public safety, food security, health care and economic outcomes.
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Pregnant women need a healthy diet to minimize the risk of developmental problems with their babies. But many Indigenous people have limited access to fresh food and good nutritional guidance.
Vision Maker Media
Native America Calling will hear from filmmakers and representatives from Vision Maker Media about the projects and the power of Native documentary film.
Ashley Bowers
The Klamath River flows through two states and the lands of several tribal nations. There’s not enough water to meet everyone’s needs.
Sammy Gensaw
Concurrent crises, including the coronavirus, have worsened the food insecurity within the Yurok Tribe, spurring some to explore their own solutions.
Red Road to DC
After 20,000 miles and 115 stops across the country, a group of Native carvers and elders have finally arrived in the nation’s capital, bringing much-needed attention to sacred sites and tribal rights.
Repatriation of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Children at Carlisle Indian Industrial School
The Indian community came together in Sioux City, Iowa, to welcome nine Lakota children who died at the Carlisle Indian boarding school.
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4-H programs evolved to incorporate Native farming and ranching methods to both educate young people and keep Native knowledge thriving.
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Spring and early summer means many Native communities are celebrating the cultural and culinary significance of strawberries.