VIRTUAL: Collaborative 18th Annual Great Lakes Indigenous Farming Conference and 4th Annual Indigenous Hemp Conference
Fri March 5 2021, 8:00 am – Sun March 7, 2021, 12:00 pm
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March 5th through March 7th, 2021, for the VIRTUAL 18th Annual Great Lakes Indigenous Farming & 4th Annual Indigenous Hemp Conferences!
Organized Collaboratively by the Anishinaabe Agriculture Institute and the White Earth Land Recovery Project.
General Admission (Both IHC/IFC)
$100.00
Total USD (tax included) $100.00
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General Admission (Both IHC/IFC)
$100.00
Total USD (tax included) $100.00

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  • Friday
    Mar 5
  • Saturday
    Mar 6
  • Sunday
    Mar 7
    • Show the 3 simultaneous sessions3 ▼︎
    • 9:00amSession A: Glyphosate & GMO's: Impacts on Soil, Plant and Human Health
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    • 10:00am
      11:00am
      Session A: Harvest and Gauchos Project
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    • 10:00am
      11:00am
      Session C: 3 Sisters Garden - Clayton Brascoupe
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  • 10:00am
    12:00pm
    Session B: Land Ethics and Conservation Easements
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    • 11:00amSession A: Blazing Through the Jungle of Food Regulation - Product of the Farm
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    • 11:00amSession C: Re-Matratiating Kingship Systems with Ancestral Foods and Birth
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  • 12:00pm
    12:30pm
    Traveling Song: Miigwech! - Gathering Room
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Event details

Mark your calendars! March 5th through March 7th, 2021, for the 18th Annual Great Lakes Indigenous Farming & 4th Annual Indigenous Hemp Conferences! Sponsored by the White Earth Land Recovery Project and Anishinaabe Agriculture Institute. We are hosting a joint conference this year! Our theme this year is: Giigikendamowin Bagami-ayaa Wiinibwaakaawin, Let the Knowledge of Our Past become the Wisdom of Our Future. We will rekindle old relationships and develop new relationships, we will learn from one another through a wide array of breakout sessions including topics and discussions from our three tracks: A) Policy, Law, and Tribal Sovereignty, B) Value-added Products, C) Regenerative Farming/Traditional Ecological Knowledge. We will open our conference featuring the film, GATHER and discussion with film director, Sanjay Rawal. This year we will feature demonstrations, arts & crafts for youth, Saturday night entertainment, and will hold space for networking! Confirmed presenters include Dani Pieratos and Corey Goodbird, Patrick Yawakie, Winona LaDuke, Alex WhitePlume, Cherylin Spears, Mary Jane Oatman, Roman Vyskocyl, Kevin Finney, Angela Dawson, Shirley Nordrum, Renika Love, Jose LaSalle, and many more! 
 
About the White Earth Land Recovery Project The White Earth Land Recovery Project is a 31 year old nonprofit organization whose mission is to facilitate the recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage. http://welrp.org/ 
 
About Anishinaabe Agriculture Institute Anishinaabe Agriculture Institute will generate local wealth in our community by establishing a training institute for indigenous foods and hemp farming and working with our youth to create the next generation of Anishinaabe farmers. http://anishinaabeagriculture.org/