Created by the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty, the Indigenous Food Systems Network website serves as a hub for Indigenous food and food sovereignty related resources and research. The Network defines Indigenous food sovereignty as "a specific policy approach to addressing the underlying issues impacting Indigenous peoples and our ability to respond to our own needs for healthy, culturally adapted Indigenous foods," and devotes a section of the site to explore this topic. Other topics have their own sections, too, which are listed on the left-hand panel. For example, visitors can prepare a three-course meal using the Recipes section, explore seasonal activities in the Events and Activities section, and learn about Indigenous leaders and projects via the Profiles section. The Explore by Resource Keywords box, found at the bottom of the Home page, is a great way to browse content from across the site. These keywords include: "Food Sovereignty," "Nutrition," and "Health." Readers should note that some materials on the site are a decade old, but the What's New section brings attention to "recent additions to the site." While all readers can view the resources on the site, readers looking to share resources will need to register an account. Instructions on how to do so are found under the Help tab.