6 Aug 2015

Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty

The Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project is helping to increase understanding of Native foods and build community foodplate_0-200x150 security by exploring the Muckleshoot Tribe’s food assets and access to local, healthy and traditional foods.

The program includes:

  • community engagement through local discussions and monthly articles in the tribal newspaper
  • hands-on workshops on traditional food principles and a modern approach to a traditional foods diet
  • traditional foods feasts featuring seasonal foods and harvesting of local traditional foods
  • cultural sharing across the generations

To learn more, please contact Valerie Segrest, Project Coordinator at vsegrest@nwic.edu