Oklahoma Tribes Seek to Reintroduce Nutritious Food and Crops

Nov 6, 2015

The Oklahoma Food Security Summit is a place where local community leaders, nutritionists and food producers gather to talk about what is going well in Oklahoma and what needs work.  This year, several tribal leaders and agricultural producers came to Tulsa to participate including the Choctaw Nation with their mobile Aquaponics Unit. 

Rita Scott is one of the organizers of the summit and is the outreach and education director for the Oklahoma Farm and Food Alliance. In this interview with Rachel Hubbard, she talks about the progress they're making in reintroducing nutritious food and crops to tribal members.