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We got such good feedback from people receiving… I got to meet a group of Elders that they are working with who are just in love with the program, with the consistent wild food, and they had a few ceremonies where it was utilized for the feast that they had after the fast.

Demian Lawrenchuk,
Wild Food Harvest,
Fox Lake Cree Nation

Photo: Elder with canned goods from Barrows U-Pick 

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NMFCCC 2023 Annual Report

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NMFCCC 2022 Annual Report

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Learning Report: Sharing Back Themes from Project Lead Interviews

Featuring reflections and learnings from 27 conversations with community project leads about their work and partnership with the NMFCCC.

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NMFCCC 2021 Annual Report

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NMFCCC At A Glance

A 4-page resource that provides an overview of the NMFCCC’s key actions, community partner insights, and our Theory of Change.

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Ithinto Maskikeyah (Medicine From the Land) Calendar

The Ithinto Mechisowin Program of O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation and South Indian Lake created a calendar that incorporates traditional medicine and language.

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Planting, Harvesting & Cooking Guide

A stunning booklet full of recipes, planting and care instructions, and language. Created by Opaskwayak Culture & Healthy Living Initiatives.

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Gifts From Our Relations: Indigenous Original Foods Guide

An easy-to-read, visual resource with practical information that anyone can use for nutritional information on these traditional foods and plants. National Indigenous Diabetes Association.

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First Nations Food, Nutrition and Environment Study: Summary of Key Findings

Assembly of First Nations, University of Ottawa, Universite de Montreal

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Centuries After Their Loss and Theft, Native American Seeds are Reuniting with Their Tribes

By: MarÍa Paula Rabiano A.
Atlas Obscura

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Seven Ways to Stand Beside Indigenous Food Sovereignty

This poster was created by many hands, but with gratitude by Tabitha Robin. “This is a starting point. We hope to continue to change and add over the years.”

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Indigenous Food Initiatives in Canada Map

Data collected and mapped by Jennifer Sumner, M. Derya Tarhan, and J. J. McMurtry

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Using Food to Strengthen Indigenous Culture and Resist Colonization

CBC Radio – Unreserved

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Out to Dry: An Urban Bushwoman’s Guide to the Traditional Art and Science of Food Dehydration

By: Audrey Logan and Dehydration Nations

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Pathways for Starting Country Foods Programs

By: Asfia Kamal

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Food Politics: Finding a place for country food in Canada’s Northern Food Policy

By: Eleanor Stephenson & George Wenzel
Northern Public Affairs
March 2017

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Land and the Food that Grows on it

By: Tabitha Martens
Briarpatch
August 2016

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Peguis Traditional Tobacco

By: Peguis First Nation
February 2016

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Home-Grown Hunger

By: Janina Grabs
Guts Magazine
November 2015

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Using Food to Strengthen Indigenous Culture and Resist Colonization

CBC Radio – Unreserved

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Videos

Collaborator Reflections on Immersive Learning Trips

Collaborator Reflections on NMFCCC Granting Process

Barrows Community Garden

NCN Country Food Gathering, 2023

Immersive Learning Trip: Churchill 2022

Learning From Our Kogum: O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation

Sharing Our Stories with Ithinto Mechisowin Program – O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation

Frontier School Division’s Gardening and Research Facilities – Leaf Rapids

Gardening in Nishnawbe Aski Nation

Fort Albany Farmer’s Market

Bridging the Food Gap – New Mexico

Chickens of the North – The Island Lakes

The Great Laws of Nature: Indigenous Organic Agriculture Documentary

Presentations

Community-led Change: Youth Voices – March 15, 2022

Building Sustainable Local Food Solutions Webinar – November 14, 2019

NMFCCC Community Stories Webinar – September 28, 2018

How to Decolonize Indigenous Philanthropy

Decolonization as an Act of Reconciliation

Opaskwayak Culture & Healthy Living Initiative: Community Gardens

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