Indigenous Food Self-Determination Specialized Research Documents
This collection of literature reviews was prepared for the Nishawbe Aski Nation (NAN) to investigate food self-determination in Indigenous communities. The collection explores some of the challenges as well as ongoing efforts to improve food self-determination in Indigenous communities. Topics include indicators of Indigenous food self-determination, education programs available for youth, the role of social enterprises, and existing import and export systems. The literature reviews are intended to inform NAN First Nations of strategies to create food systems that honour the land, tradition, and available resources.