Winona LaDuke directs the White Earth Land Recovery Project and works on
issues of bio-piracy, indigenous rights and renewable energy. Her five
books include, most recently, Recovering the Sacred (South End), and she
is a two-time Green Party vice-presidential candidate. She lives on the
White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. Her parents met when her father
was selling wild rice.
How do we fix our dysfunctional relationship with food? Alice Waters
leads a forum with Eric Schlosser, Marion Nestle, Peter Singer and
others, who suggest, for starters, that we stop buying factory farm
products, get involved in farm policy and outlaw the marketing of junk
food to kids.