The 2016 Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit held at Gun Lake Pottawatomi’s Jijak Camp from April 21-24 was a tremendous success due to an amazing turnout of individuals and groups willing to share their unique skills and knowledge. Search #foodsummit and #jijak for event pictures and posts. Thirteen workshops covered a diverse variety ofContinue reading “Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit – Event Summary”
PROGRAM REBROADCAST from Saturday April 23rd, 2016: Four Presentations = 2 hours, 59 minutes video #1. Treaties and Food Systems – Martin Reinhardt, 0-1hr. 2min #2. at 1hr. 2 minutes until 1hr. 32min – Gun Lake Wild Rice Restoration Efforts – Elizabeth Binoniemi-Smith, #3. at 1hr 32 minutes until 2hrs 11 – min – Continue reading “Food Summit – Food Systems & Seven Generations”
Introduction to one of several workshops at the Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit devoted to collecting seeds and creating seed banks, how to prepare and preserve your seeds is given by Rowen White, (Akwesasne Mohawk).
The day before the official opening of this year’s annual Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit, Kevin Finney the director of the Gun Lake Pottawatomi Tribe’s Jijak Camp, the host of the event discusses evaporating at the Tribe’s sugar shack. The four day conference opened on Thursday April 21st, with 4 days of activities around FoodContinue reading “Kevin Finney discusses evaporating at Jijak Sugar Shack”
Here is the almost final program for the 2016 Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit (click the link below). We’re working on a few small updates before sending the printer, but here’s your first sneak peak. Among the many highlights, we’re excited to feature four seed keeping workshops by Rowen White and Clayton Brascoupe a butcheringContinue reading “Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit – Program”