Stories have always been our way to remember our history, where we come from, and share teachings to pass on to the new generation. Every story of ours is valuable and while they are uniquely our own, there are common themes that thread us all together. We share these stories so that others may see how we are all woven together in this web of life – so that we can all find our place in food sovereignty.

Audio Stories from the Land by Becca Dower

  • Gardening in Fort Peck with Jonny Bear Cub Stiffarm (Fort Peck Tribes, Montana)
  • Indigenizing Diets with Charlotte Cote (Tseshaht/Nuu-chah-nulth, Vancouver Island)
  • Makoce Agriculture Development with Nick Hernandez (Lakota Nation, South Dakota)
  • Oneida Cannery with Jamie Betters (Oneida Nation, Wisconsin)
“Bonds were broken overtime – though we still have connections to the landscape – our tribal alliances are important.”


Helen Augare Carlson Mamiatsikimiiaki- Magpie Woman(Kanai)

Buffalo Nations Student Fellows Digital Storytelling

Sonaa Monroy Digital Story

Jacob Zimmerer Digital Story

Sophia Moreno Digital Story

Barbara Aragon Digital Story

Cora Phoenix Price Digital Story