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JM Fortier wants to help more small-scale farmers grow vegetables in winter

In his latest book, the Canadian market farmer and educator hopes to inspire a new generation of small-scale farmers to extend their growing seasons in an effort to boost food sovereignty.
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How to rebuild First Nations food systems in B.C.

Communities are working toward food sovereignty one morsel at a time. Meet the experts bringing food to people’s plates and pushing for societal change.

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First Nations fight to bring traditional foods back to the table

Skeena River sockeye have declined 75% since 1913. Woodland caribou have declined by more than half in the past century. But with the right resources, First Nations are bringing ancestral foods back from the brink.

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A remote Alaska village depended on the snow crab harvest for survival. Then billions of crabs died

A remote Alaska village depended on the snow crab harvest for survival. Then billions of crabs died

The Indigenous people of St. Paul Island face a decision — stay or go?

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In Alaska, Tribal Governments Push for Larger Conservation Role

To preserve their food supply, Native Alaskans are teaming up with federal officials and state scientists.
Native farmers push for more equitable training and support in the Farm Bill

Native farmers push for more equitable training and support in the Farm Bill

Expanding the Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program could level the playing field for Indigenous food producers as they address climate change and food sovereignty.

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How climate change is threatening a key tool for Alaska Natives

How climate change is threatening a key tool for Alaska Natives

Threatened by stronger storms and a melting permafrost, Indigenous Alaskans are grappling with how to keep the power running to their freezers, which store their traditional subsistence foods.
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