Following the natural cycles our people encouraged land fertility through their lifestyles, practices and culture. We will be developing skills of observation while learning more about preservation to extend the life of what we consume. This includes understanding local ecosystems, as well as the various relationships within and using planting strategies to mimic these processes.
This is one of a number of workshops in food sovereignty, delivered by Mní Wičhóni Nakíčižiŋ Wóuŋspe with the financial support of Standing Rock Language and Culture Institute.
A virtual gathering to share food sovereignty information with community members and relatives near and far.More Information