Dawn Morrison

Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty
Participates in 1 Session

Dawn is of Secwepemc ancestry and has been dedicating her time and energy to land based healing and learning which led her to her life's work of  developing as a spiritually aligned leader in the Indigenous food sovereignty movement. Dawn has consistently organized and held the space over the last 11 years for decolonizing food systems discourse in community, regional and international networks and has become internationally recognized as a published author. Dawn's work on the decolonizing the food system appreciates and inquires into a critical consciousness that shines a light on the cross cultural interface where Indigenous Food Sovereignty meets the movement to a more sustainable land and food system as a whole. Some of the projects Dawn is leading includes: Wild Salmon Caravan, Indigenous Food and Farm School Development, and Indigenous Climate Action. 


Sessions in which Dawn Morrison participates

Saturday November 3, 2018

2:00 PM
2:00 PM