Join us at the LCO Community College Sustainable Agriculture Research Station for a beginners course in seed saving. Learn where and when to plant the three sisters for the best seeds. This course is offered for FREE to Tribal Members and educators.
We’ll see you on Friday!
Our packed schedule unfortunately doesn’t allow enough time to make it everywhere, but we were able to squeeze in a quick trip to western New York State where we are holding two events with the Seneca at Irving on Tuesday, July 15th and Wednesday, July 16th.
The growing season has been off to an extremely slow start in the Great Lakes Region due to lingering effects from the harsh winter and a wet spring/early summer. However, we’ve still had great market events with many more to come. Here’s some pics from this summer’s events, and check out our schedule page for more information on upcoming events.
Field Trip to Seed Savers during Seed School in May
Cooking Red Lake Perch for Lunch at Seed School
Chicago American Indian Center
Kellogg Foundation Food & Community Conference in Detroit
The van has now survived a tornado. Our staff member’s nearby sailboat was not so lucky but should make a full recovery
Raising Awareness of Native Foods at Eastside Farmers in Madison, WI
New Fond du Lac Farmers Market
Oneida Days – First Farmers Market of the Season
Sault Ste Marie
First Commercial Transaction: Inspiring and Supporting New Producers and Food Entrepreneurs
Little Traverse Bay Band’s New Farm
With NRCS at Saginaw Chippewa’s Elijah Elk Cultural Center & Seven Generations Farm