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Live Broadcast – Food Sovereignty Symposium & Festival

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The Food Sovereignty Symposium and Festival is just about ready, and meal tickets are going fast for the March 10-12 event on the University of Wisconsin campus and surrounding sites in Madison, Wisconsin. The symposium component of the event is focusing on Indigenous and broader topics of food sovereignty that impact how communities and individuals control and manage their food systems, and the festival component is a celebration of Indigenous, local, and regional foods hosted by several very famous and mouth watering Indigenous chefs — preparing our daily meals.

CLICK MORE LINK FOR SCHEDULE and Meal Tickets: https://food-sovereignty.com/

LIVE BROADCASTING BY IndianCountryTV.com :

LIVE Friday March 10th:
1-4:30pm

#1 Rowen White – Seed Sovereignty, Janie Hipp with the Tribal Food Code Project:

#2. Dan Cornelius, Jessie Conaway, Reynaldo Morales and Martin Reinhardt on Climate Change, Treaty Rights and Natural Resources:

#3. Elizabeth Hoover, Brian Yazzie and Richard Monette reflecting on Standing Rock.

LIVE: Saturday March 11th:

#1. 9:15-10am – Rowen White on Seeds, Sovereignty and Building for the Future.

#2. 10:00-12am – Taste of Tribes Brunch – and All Star Native chef team.

#3. 12:00am – Keynote with Elizabeth Hoover on Food Sovereignty Today.

WATCH IT HERE AT IndianCountryTV

Don’t forget to join us at the 2017 Great Lakes Intertribal food Summit at Camp Jijak April 20-23, 2017.

Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin – Wild Rice

By Paul DeMain
Intertribal Agriculture Council

The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) through its Great Lakes office in Wisconsin is proud to participate in a cooperative effort with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection called “Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin – Wisconsin Wild Rice to Madison” during the 2015 and 2016 ricing seasons. The effort, which calls for the purchase, processing and marketing of wild rice into Madison, Wisconsin in a test approach, has allowed some analysis of both supply and demand, and marketing needs for this traditional culinary treat revered by Indigenous people through-out the Great Lakes. Read the rest of this entry