Kevin Finney discusses evaporating at Jijak Sugar Shack

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 Food Sovereignty with Indigenous growers, producers, program managers and agency resources on site. The conference also features over a dozen Indigenous chefs from through-out the western Hemisphere cooking the meals with Native foods, spices and medicines.

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About Skabewis

News Editor for News From Indian Country and IndianCountryTV.com - lives on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation in northern Wisconsin. Member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin (Bear Clan) and of Ojibwe descent (Clan Morrison) with a smidgen of Mohawk and Delaware. Involved in educational media work, training with some additional special project tasks with the Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) and food sovereignty initiatives.

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