The I-Collective is a group of Indigenous chefs, activists, herbalists, seed, and knowledge keepers. Indigenous communities have been wild-foraging, cooking farm-to-table/snout-to-tail, and manipulating closed loop agricultural systems before it was cool. So why don’t we see Native American joints popping up everywhere? We examine colonialism’s lasting effects on health and identity, define “Indigenous food sovereignty”, and discuss how we can work together to present a more truthful history.
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