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Chef Nephi Craig: Decolonizing Recovery through Native Foodways

Chef Nephi Craig leveraged his twin passions for cooking and Native American Food Sovereignty to heal himself from substance abuse disorder. Today he uses his personal experience—and his kitchen—to support other Native people who are recovering from addictions. photo by Ari Carter Craig When he was growing up on the White Mountain Apache and Navajo…

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Although she closed her Santa Fe gallery and retail space, Singular Couture, in 2020, artist and collector Sarah Nolan still commissions the hand-painted, one-of-a-kind silk coats for which her shop was well-known. Working with about 20 different artisans, including eight who are Native American, Nolan now showcases these wearable objets d’art from her own studio,…

Food Shift

In an era of chronic drought, could desert crops become the new sustainable dinner?

By CHRISTOPHER D. COOK

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California, where much of our nation’s food is produced, is facing a historic drought — again. It’s become a familiar refrain, year after year, and the growing climate crisis is only expected to make things worse. Our food system has to change, and a few forward-thinking farmers are adopting some ancient, low-water agricultural techniques for…

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