“We will be known forever by the tracks we leave.”
– Dakota Proverb
For Indigenous people, telling stories is embedded in our culture, our history, and our language. We remember who we are every time we tell a story that carries our values as teachings to be shared with our children. Through our stories, we share our deepest held beliefs about creation, our responsibility as human beings to be good relatives, and the importance of caring for our communities. We create the world we live in through the stories we tell.
On this page, Our Stories, we hope to rebuild relationships through sharing the stories of our seeds, our foods, and our work to reclaim traditional lifeways for the health and well-being of our communities. We welcome stories from your communities as well!
Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance (NAFSA), a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring Indigenous food systems that support Indigenous self-determination, wellness, cultures, values, communities, economies, languages, and families, announces the...
Congratulations to the grant recipients of the Food & Culinary program of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance
Congratulations to the grant recipients of the Indigenous Seedkeepers Network of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance
We're excited to share that our short film Seed Mother: Coming Home has been selected to screen at this year's imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto and also at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival! ! It's a great honor to be invited to gather with...
At NAFSA, when a person leaves their position, we like to say that they’re simply moving to another place in the circle. This example of circular, adaptive leadership is modeled for us by our geese relatives, who we observe practicing shared guidance in the direction of their flocks.