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M. Karlos Baca

M. Karlos Baca (Tewa/Dine/Nuchu) is an Indigenous Foods Activist from the Southern Ute Nation. He is the founder of Taste of Native Cuisine, which  was created alongside the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum, to promote traditional Indigenous Foodways in the community and has grown over the last decade to include work with Tribal Nations across the country, the founder of 4th World Farm which is focused on pre-colonial foods and agricultural systems of the high desert region of the southwest, and is a co-founder of the Indigenous food activist group the I-Collective which uses Indigenous Foodways as a medium to combat structural white supremacy and continued warfare against Indigenous people. Most importantly he is a son, father, uncle, and grandfather.


Area of Expertise: chef, food justice advocate, food sovereignty