Spark Change Soapbox Series: The culture of nutrition in indigenous communities

Find out how the Intertribal Agricultural Council is addressing native efforts to improve nutrition and food systems while preserving their cultures.

June 18, 2021

More and more people have recently begun recognizing the importance of supporting the indigenous community's efforts to feed and nourish their populations with healthy and sustainable foods rooted in cultural and traditional knowledge.

In this Soapbox LIVE! session from Natural Products Expo West, host Andrea Donsky talks with the Intertribal Agriculture Council about the indigenous-led effort to promote Native American and Alaskan Native agriculture.

Look who’s getting on their Soapbox!

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Latashia Redhouse, American Indian Foods Program Director, Intertribal Agriculture Council


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Meet our Soapbox host!

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Andrea Donsky, Founder, Naturally Savvy


Make sure to visit Intertribal Agriculture Council's booth at Natural Products Expo Virtual to connect and learn more here!

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