David s. walsh, the nature of food: indigenous dene foodways and ontologies in the era of climate. Indigenous dene foodways and ontologies in the era of climate change . I have a few reasons for choosing to focus on this article. I would like to introduce you to another indigenous way of combining food and spirituality. In our own research we have seen these broad commonalities, with variations to be sure, in indigenous communities throughout the world, from sw china (the naxi, bulang and. Reason 3: walsh"s article offers a different lens through which to revisit sikhism and santeria, and bring closure to this third module. Indigenous food sovereignty, from the cbc radio program unreserved, with program host rosanna. The (unstated) backdrop is the (negative) environmental footprint of the mining industry in tlicho dene territory, and recent attempts by both dene and the mining companies to understand one another better.