3월 15일 (월) | Webinar

Indigenous Gardening Techniques

Relationships and connections to the land run deep for many Indigenous people and the Spring solstice is a time for growing. Learn a brief history of general sustainable Indigenous planting practices such as the Three Sisters garden, moon phase planting, and seed saving, and more.
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Indigenous Gardening Techniques

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3월 15일 오후 6:00 – 오후 7:00
Webinar

About The Event

Relationships and connections to the land run deep for many Indigenous people and the Spring solstice is a time for growing. Learn a brief history of general sustainable Indigenous planting practices such as the Three Sisters garden, moon phase planting, and seed saving, and how these practices shape today's perspective of land. This webinar examines practical techniques of planting and land management through a scientific Indigenous Lens. Presented by: Gina Roxas - Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Citizen Medicinal Garden Project Manager, Trickster Cultural Center and an Illinois Extension Master Naturalist Volunteer

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