There will not be an Anchorage-based APFM this year


– Coming Soon –


September 6-8

Niqipiat Niġikkavut is a multi-day traditional
foods and plants as medicine symposium in Kotzebue, AK.

This symposium will provide a platform for regional representatives and attendees to:

  1. Learn about and provide feedback on Maniilaq Association’s programs promoting traditional foods and medicines
  2. Promote and sustain the Iñupiat Ilitqusiat (values) and emphasize the importance of traditional foods and medicines by incorporating them into a healthy lifestyle
  3. Learn and discuss the traditional, safe, and responsible gathering of plants and food handling techniques





Kenaitze Indian Tribe

September 16 & 17

Dena’ina Plants as Food and Medicine Conference.
Nudnelyahi Qudulyi – That which Grows Medicine.

The Nudnelyahi Qudulyi Conference is an opportunity for the people to know their power through education; through personal, familial and community connection; perpetuation of traditional knowledge; and ultimately, wellness.
No registration available yet.



What’s Coming in 2018:

In 2018 we will plan to offer smaller, more intensive APFM sessions/workshops/courses
in Anchorage throughout the year.


ANTHC’s Health Promotion, Wellness & Prevention wants to thank you for your time and shared interest in Alaskan Plants as Food & Medicine.

Our combined efforts to promote traditional plant knowledge and ethical harvesting helps to ensure that our future generations are knowledgeable in regards to the nutritional and healing benefits of plants.

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s Health Promotion Program


To support APFM by donation please email us at apfm@anthc.org