The Indigenous Food Systems Network Website was developed by the WGIFS and is designed to allow individuals and groups involved with Indigenous food related action, research, and policy reform to network and share relevant resources and information.
Canadian food policy must acknowledge the history and ongoing legacy of colonialism, and prioritize recognition of Indigenous knowledge in relation to reconciliation and decolonization as key guiding principles of our food system.
About NAFSA | We are an organization dedicated to restoring the food systems that support Indigenous self-determination, wellness, cultures, values, communities, economies, languages, and families while rebuilding relationships with the land, water, plants, and animals that sustain us.
The Anti-Racist Farmers Market Toolkit exists to help farmers market managers make progress toward becoming anti-racist managers of anti-racist markets.
Decolonizing the Canada Food Guide? A Conversation with Taylor Wilson about Indigenous Knowledges and Food Systems