Resources to learn more about Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK).



KPBS Explore San Diego: First People - Kumeyaay

Survival in the Weave: Kumeyaay

Our People. Our Culture. Our History.

Gather directed by First Nations Development Institute


Barona Cultural Center & Museum


Ethnobotany Project, Rose Ramirez and Deborah Small

Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States, edited by Devon A. Mihesuah and Elizabeth Hoover

Tending the Wild, by M. Kat Anderson

“Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Renewal, and U.S. Settler Colonialism,” by Kyle Powys Whyte in The Routledge Handbook of Food Ethics

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Edible San Diego Issu 65 Spring 2022 Full Circle
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