Kathleen Rose Smith grew up in Healdsburg in the 1940s and '50s, gathering and cooking the wild foods of her Bodega Miwuk and Dry Creek Pomo ancestors, from abalone and salmon to seaweed and wild strawberries. Over the years she has held such diverse jobs as park naturalist, art instructor, archaeology field technician, and foods columnist for the magazine News from Native California.
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- Enough For All: Food of My Dry Creek Pomo and Bodega Miwuk People
- Food and Wine
Press Democract article: 7/27/14, p. D1
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