How do you support people forever attached to a landscape after an inferno tears through their homelands: decimating native food sources, burning through ancient scarred trees, and destroying ancestral and totemic plants
Cultural burning is proactive, while Western-style controlled burning, also called hazard reduction burning, is reactive.
Dinners in Roberta Olson’s restaurant begin with a taste of k’aaw. The dried herring roe on kelp is a traditional food for the Haida people, an Indigenous nation that has called
It had been more than a 100 years since the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) people launched a carved canoe in eastern Oregon’s Wallowa Lake. And now in this place, beloved by
Thanks to a union of land cooperatives, people in Puebla have food sovereignty and education in Nahuatl instead of mega-projects and a Walmart.
A new generation of Native activists will take a canoe journey around Alcatraz to mark Indigenous Peoples Day and pay homage to occupation of the island 50 years ago.
A violent, racist history has kept Native people off their ancestral lands for decades. How can we remove the barriers that still exist today?
Resource extraction takes a toll on more than just the economy and the environment.