The live sessions are one component of the Virtual Intertribal Food Summit. The event also features an extensive collection of on-demand sessions available through the “Intertribal Agriculture Council” E-Learning Platform. These videos are also available on the Intertribal Agriculture Council YouTube Channel.
You can attend the Virtual Intertribal Food Summit in two ways: Livestreams on Zoom and Facebook Live. You can also access recordings of completed live events on the Intertribal Agriculture Council YouTube Channel. The full conference program, including the on-demand Traditional Foods, Culinary, and Production/Policy Workshops, is available on the Intertribal Agriculture Council’s E-Learning Platform.Continue reading “Saturday Schedule”
The deadlines have been extended for the Grower and Rancher/Stockman Challenges until Sunday, June 21st to give additional time for summit participants to complete entries. Also check out the Youth Challenge that is open until July 5th. Looking for professional tips on creating quality pictures and video? This informative video from Adam Singsinthetimber and ElizabethContinue reading “Grower and Rancher Challenge Deadlines Extended”
We are excited to release this event summary schedule. A full detailed schedule of all presentations will be released early next week. Please remember to register at https://intertribalfoodsummit2020.eventbrite.com. There is no-cost to register for Tribal community members, producers, staff, and partners. Canadian First Nations are also welcome and encouraged to attend. How to Attend? ThereContinue reading “Event Summary Schedule”
Traditional planting sticks are an excellent tool for planting seeds, transplanting plants, and many other tasks in the garden or field. The small notch is for you foot, turning the planting stick into essential a small shovel. The number of planting stick blanks is limited. We will do our best to meet demand, but weContinue reading “Planting Stick Workshop Signup”
“As land stewards responsible for feeding communities, we rely heavily on our livestock animals. We’re asking our Native livestock producers across the country to share a 2-3 minute video featuring their operation. Share your insight to some of the following: 1) How have your livestock been able to help you in land stewardship? 2) What’s beenContinue reading “Rancher Challenge”
What are you growing this year, and how are you planting? Since we can’t all come together for in person events, we want to encourage everyone to share what you’re doing. The Grower Challenge prizes include planting sticks, cooking paddles, and elm bark baskets for the best entries that will be evaluated on 1) overallContinue reading “Grower Challenge – What and How are You Planting?”
Registration is now open for the Virtual Intertribal Food Summit on June 20th. This event is intended for Tribal members, agricultural producers, and staff working in Indian agriculture. And, stay tuned for the first announcement of speakers and workshops.
We are excited to announce the first event Virtual Intertribal Food Summit. While it’s going to be difficult to replicate the sensory experiences of past in-person events, this virtual format offers new opportunities to expand connections on a broader scale while working to expand and strengthen relations and providing essential educational support. This virtual eventContinue reading “Virtual Intertribal Food Summit – June 20, 2020”
Photos below by D.Kakkak A Summit Overview Building on the success of the 1st Intertribal Food Summit in Oneida, Wisconsin with a handful of producers in 2012, the Great Lakes Summit has since grown into a successful forum for discussing a wide range of issues facing the food sovereignty movement in the western hemisphere. TheContinue reading “Event Summary – 2019 Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit @ Pokagon”