Contribution of traditional and non-traditional locally sourced foods to the wellbeing and food security of remote indigenous communities

Contribution of traditional and non-traditional locally sourced foods to the wellbeing and food security of remote indigenous communities

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My project aims to improve the understanding of the food security situation in a remote indigenous community. The intention of the research is to guide decisions and find solutions to improve food security at the local community level, and more broadly better inform and influence policy regarding the connections between Indigenous wellbeing, and natural resource management programs of communities. 

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