Indigenous Food Cooking Activities
Cooking activities have been one way to engage students into health careers, such as Nutrition, this provides hands-on learning, cultivates interests, and cultural competency.
Picture to the right: Cooking activities led by Community Health Programs Associate, Chelsie Begoody. Montezuma-Cortez High School, Indigenous Club: Students created six recipes from Hózhó Meals, while having conversation around Indigenous food.
Picture below: Health Careers Institute: In collaboration with Marnie Clay, Fort Lewis College Assistant Professor of Nutrition, created a Three Sisters’ dish from Hózhó Meals.