We are a community of American Indian people, public health professionals, and allies, interested in strengthening our local food systems through the power of our traditions.
We believe that all American Indian children and their families deserve to be healthy, connected to their cultures, and free of obesity and diabetes.
We connect elders, youth, and other community members, pass on traditional food system knowledge, and support our next generations to be healthy.
“When you talk about gardens and food, you touch a light in people, a hope, a promise, a
In 2014, Karen Warnick from the White Mountain Independent wrote a story about the Feast