A forthcoming book chapter as part of compiled book (2020) on ´´Food (In) Security in the Arctic: Contribution of Traditional and Local Food to promote Food Security´´. The book chapter cites recommendations to inform policy on food (in) Security .It discusses a special focus on the inclusion of indigenous communities in integrated resource management processes; where the use of local knowledge in addressing food security is explored. The inclusion of resource dependent communities in processes of spatial planning, integrated natural resource management is discussed. Bio cultural diversity is briefly discussed within the context of perceptions and governance practices in relation to regimes of dynamic, changing societal influences including social-spatial, political and socio-economic processes, linked to globalization that influence dynamics in food security in the global north and south.Key messages arise within the empirical survey that raise important issues on food security and governance linked to the bio cultural diversity web. It raises issues related to Indigenous populations which have through the years made a case of their engagement with the bio cultural web through land governance approaches in the provision of secure regimes of food.