In one story from Mvskoke oral tradition, it is said that an old woman was living in a certain place. She lived alone until an orphan boy came to be with her. He learned to hunt and provide meat, while she fed him tasty dishes made from a mysterious ingredient. One day he spied on … Continue reading Hvyuce, “Little Harvest”
The second day of this year’s Food Sovereignty Symposium was every bit as engaging as the first. Speakers from Mvskoke country and beyond continued our conversation about tribal survival in the modern world. The founder of the California-based Indigenous Permaculture Program described their work of developing sustainable communities, from Central America to the Northern Plains, … Continue reading We Have Just Begun!