Our Food and Knowledge Stories
Lios Enchniva, my name is Lydia, Huichol on my Mother’s side, Pascua Yaqui Tribe on my Father’s side, and currently a PhD Candidate in Environmental Sciences at the University of Arizona.
No matter where we are in the world as Indigenous peoples, we share a lot in common. Food. Humor. Past times. Landscapes. Struggles.
“Field site visit to Indigenous-led ecological restoration and monitoring in the Näätämö catchment area.” I read the Festival of Northern Fishing Traditions pre-festival itinerary again as I waited for the plane to take off t
Six years ago, I left my traditional homelands of Alaska and I moved 3,500 miles away and relocated to the desert in Tucson, Arizona.
IFKN Steering Committee Member Michael Kotutwa Johnson is a Hopi dry land farmer and a PhD Candidate in the University of Arizona's School of Natural Resources and the Environment.
This is from a devil’s claw garden at the Gila River Indian Community. Devil’s claw used to be abundant in the community.
I took this picture of currants that I picked in Palmer, Alaska. I learned how and where to pick currants from my Ahtna grandmother Helen DePriest, who also taught me how to preserve them.