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Indigenous
Food Sovereignty

sov·er·eign·ty

noun

Self-governing, the authority of a state to govern itself or another state.

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Indigenous food sovereignty and food security can be described as local efforts to transform and reclaim food systems, combat hunger and health issues, and become self-reliant and autonomous. 

My relationship with food sovereignty is teaching and providing education and resources to individuals and small community groups who are interested in gardening. I am self-taught and passionate to share the knowledge I have on methods to make gardening easier for all age groups. 

I have a certificate in Horticulture and have participated in two Thompson Rivers University research trips to First Nations communities for community engagement and food security topics.

Northern Ontario, Treaty No. 9 Territory

Northwest Territories, Treaty No. 11 Territory