On this segment of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell connects with Erica Partee and Ben Zemeda about Food Forests and providing ecologically rich and productive gardens and farms for community members in Del Norte and Tribal Lands.
Jennifer Bell continues her discussion about healthy food options in Del Norte and Tribal Lands with Brittany Rymer and Connor Caldwell. From garden workshops and food pantries to community wellness and farm to school opportunities, Brittany and Connor share some of the work being done to build a vibrant local food system in Del Norte and Tribal Lands (DNATL).
The Warrior Institute is a grassroots organization in the Hoopa Valley that utilizes a multifaceted and innovative approach to awaken the “warrior spirit” in youth to actively pursue wellness, balance and world renewal.
Within their Health, Culture, and Outdoor Pathways, the institute has a diversity of activities and curriculum offered in Fitness, Food and Farm, Traditional Skills, Arts, Language, Mountain and River Programs.
Lindsie Bear is the new program director for the Native Cultures Fund at Humboldt Area Foundation. Lindsie and her family recently joined the north coast community from the bay area. She previously worked with HeyDay Press, an independent, nonprofit publisher that promotes awareness and celebration of California’s many cultures, landscapes, and boundary-breaking ideas.
Lindsie spoke with Jessica Eden about her new role and the community strengthening work she's delighted to be a part of.
KHSU Magazine - Lindsie Bear and Jessica Eden - Native Cultures Fund