Founded and directed by Winona LaDuke, this organization supports the production and sale of native-harvested indigenous foods — like delicious wild rice, maple butter, hominy, berry teas, jams and jellies. It also helps promote local food security in a resource-challenged area and provides the additional service of introducing the uninitiated to some underappreciated Midwestern food gems. Wild rice (unlike barley and oats) is gluten-free, and the flour makes an excellent replacement for wheat in all kinds of baked goodies — great if you’re gluten-intolerant or just looking to liven up your grain repertoire. Check their Web site if you want to try other tasty alternatives to your usual routine, like hormone-free buffalo sausage or delicious maple butter. Wild rice flour is $6.50 for a 2-pound bag. Visit www.nativeharvest.com to order and find more info on the White Earth Land Recovery Project.