Research & Practice

Food Security & Sovereignty in Alaska Native Communities

Conducted a literature review exploring papers that document food security and health in Alaska Native communities as well as how agriculture grants and programs do or don’t align with Alaska Native needs and goals around food security. Findings from literature review supported ongoing work to a report on Food Security and Sovereignty in Alaska Native Communities, specifically focusing on how to improve language and inclusivity in food and agriculture programming.

Community Partner: Alaska Tribes Extension Program

Project Type(s): MPH Fieldwork

Author(s): Robyn Burnside

Program(s): Master of Public Health, RDN Training

Year: 2023