Alaska

Indigenous Food Knowledges Network

“The goal of IFKN is to develop a network comprised of Indigenous leaders, community practitioners, and scholars (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) who are focused on research and community capacity related to food sovereignty and Indigenous Knowledge. The network seeks to build connections among Indigenous communities in the Arctic and the US Southwest. Indigenous Peoples in these two regions share common challenges around sustaining, revitalizing, and adapting food and knowledge practices in the context of environmental and social change. Network members collectively work to improve understanding of these topics by promoting and carrying out research and hands-on activities that embrace and respect Indigenous Knowledge systems and support Indigenous communities.”

We specialize in:

  • Conservation Programs
  • Organic/Sustainable/Regenerative Transition & Support
  • Resources for Tribal Farmers & Ranchers

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We work in these areas:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • National