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Indigenous Environmental Justice DINE Institute

Articles

Jamie Donatuto, Larry Campbell, and  Robin Gregory. 2016. Developing Responsive Indicators of Indigenous Community Health
Int J Environ Res Public Health. Sep; 13(9): 899. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5036732/

Willow, Anna J. 2013. Doing Sovereignty in Native North America: Anishinaabe  Counter-Mapping and the Struggle for Land-Based Self-Determination, Human Ecology 41 871-884.

Seema Patel. Yucca: A medicinally significant genus with manifold therapeutic attributes  Nat. Prod. Bioprospect. 2012, 2, 231–234. 

Christensen, N., Sorenson, A., Hendricks, D., & Munger, R. (1998). Juniper ash as a source of calcium in the Navajo diet. American Dietetic Association. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 98(3), 333-4.

 

Books

Rood, A., Nabhan, G., & Northern Arizona University. Center for Sustainable Environments. (2004). Native American cookbooks and food histories: A bibliographic guide for revitalizing America's endangered food traditions. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Center for Sustainable Environments, Northern Arizona University. NAU Special Collections   E98.F7 N385 2004

Joe, T., McClain, J., Nabhan, G., & Northern Arizona University. Center for Sustainable Environments. (2002). Native foods and herbs to reduce diabetes : Prickly pear, a sweet treat safe for people with diabetes. Flagstaff, Ariz.]: Northern Arizona University, Center for Sustainable Environments. NAU Special Collections   RA645.D5 N385 2002

Wolfberry Farm, & Slow Foods. Alta-Arizona Convivium. (2001). Fresh, organic and native foods of the Colorado Plateau : A directory of eco-regional food sustainability. (2nd. ed., CSE resource guide ; no. 1). Flagstaff, Ariz.: Center for Sustainable Environments.Northern Arizona University. Center for Sustainable Environments, Prescott College.   NAU Special Collections   S605.A6 F747 2001

Databases

American Indian Youth Literature