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Native ranchers support a bill that makes labeling beef from its exact country of origin mandatory. After years of hard work, Kus, a variety of corn, is rematriated and brought back for members of the Catawba tribe to grow. These are a few topics on The Menu, our regular roundup of Indigenous food news and stories with our resident foodie Andi Murphy, Native America Calling senior producer and host of the Toasted Sister Podcast.
Gloria Ann Begay (Navajo), executive director for the Diné Food Sovereignty Alliance
Delesslin “Roo” George-Warren (Catawba), consultant for the Catawba Nation and professional artist
Nico Albert-Williams (Cherokee), founder and executive chef of Burning Cedar Indigenous Foods
Break music: Ch’iya’a’n Biyiin/Native Food Song (song) Radmilla & Herman Cody (artist) Shi Kéyah (album)