In previous reports, we have focused on highlighting the project outcomes and the accomplishments of the individual First Nation communities. This report will expand on this and includes an evaluative component that examines the broader systemic outcomes, relationships developed throughout the project, and strengths and barriers for continued success. The approach to this evaluation will remain community driven, and will focus on core indigenous values and ways of working. There are many stories that circled our work and brought it to new and unexpected places. It is these stories that are the most important outcome of this project. They represent the power of the interconnections between Indigenous culture and tradition, food systems, and self-determination.