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Community Engagement

Planting the food forest. Winter mulching. Dig echinacea.


Preparing for the long winter is an important process. The dynamics of harvesting, processing and even eating involved community engagement. Everyone had their role to allow our society to thrive in good health and survive harsh conditions with limited resources. We will use our gifts to encourage future resiliency through planting trees, winter mulching and wild foraging.

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. 

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