Food Revolution

--- Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative ---

Food Revolution brings you stories of food sovereignty from community members and tribal food producers working to build a more just, equitable, and regenerative food system for the Sicangu Lakota Oyate - the Burnt Thigh Nation. Together, we’re building tribal sovereignty through food - and we’ve set a place at the table just for you. Join us and be a part of the Food Revolution. Produced by the Sicangu Food Sovereignty initiative, with new episodes every other week.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Business & Health with Zaniya Botanicals

    In this episode of Food Revolution, SFSI Director Matte Wilson chats with Garrett Waln, owner of Zaniya Botanicals. Zaniya Botanicals was launched after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and over the past seven months, Garrett has refined his craft and expanded his business. This past summer, he sold ...


  2. Growing Gardeners, Building Sovereignty

    Anpetu waste! In this episode of Food Revolution, you'll hear from three of the Food Sovereignty Initiative's returning summer garden interns: Maddie Kornely, Keshena One Star, and Mikey Boyd. They'll share what food sovereignty means to them, talk about some of the experiences they've had up at the garden, and ...


  3. 2050 Vision: Revitalizing a Local Lakota Food System

    Anpetu waste! In this episode of Food Revolution, SFSI Garden Assistant & WIK intern Karen Moore chats with SFSI Director Matte Wilson about the Sicangu Food Sovereignty Initiative's vision for Rosebud's food system in the year 2050. The SFSI is one of ten finalists recently awarded the Food System ...


  4. Finding Direction with Arrow Wild Harvesters

    Anpetu waste! In today's episode of Food Revolution, we chat with Jordan Arrow of Arrow Wild Harvesters. Arrow Wild Harvesters was a vendor at the 2019 Sicangu Harvest Market (formerly known as the Keya Wakpala Farmers' Market) and is a local, tribally owned family business operating on the Rosebud Reservation. ...


  5. Growing Food Producers on the Rosebud

    In this episode of Food Revolution, we hear from Karen Moore, one of the SFSI's WIK interns. The WIK internship, short for Waicahya Icagapi Kte or ‘They Will Grow into Producers,' is a year-long paid adult internship for tribal members interested in becoming food producers. ...