Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project

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Northwest Indian College
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The Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project is helping to increase understanding of Native foods and build community food security by exploring the Muckleshoot Tribe's food assets and access to local, healthy, and traditional foods.

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Northwest Indian College. "Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project." Northwest Indian College. Grant from First Nations Development Institute (FNDI). Bellingham, Washington. 2013. Video. (https://vimeo.com/88034342, accessed May 14, 2024)

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