Field Day at Shakopee’s Wozupi Tribal Gardens
In partnership with NAFSA, the University of Wisconsin, and the Intertribal Agriculture Council, Shakopee’s Wozupi Tribal Gardens is hosting a field day “Food and Agriculture Workshop” focusing on “What is Sustainability” on Wednesday, September 18th from 1:00-5:00pm followed by a Seed-to-Table Dinner prepared by Brian Yazzie, Elena Terry, and a team of Native chefs. Tickets are required for the dinner and are $30/person for the multi-course meal.
Tribal Food and Farming 101 Workshop
This two-day workshop will be held February 15-16 at the College of Menominee Nation in Keshena, Wisconsin, and this workshop will connect to additional workshops and training opportunities throughout the 2019 growing season, including the Wisconsin Intertribal Seed Stewardship Cohort that will be hosting monthly online training sessions.
Click here to register for the Tribal Food and Farming 101 Workshop. Limited travel funding is available, with those who register prior to January 24th receiving priority.
Please note this event is on at the College of Menominee Nation’s Cultural Learning Center in Keshena Wisconsin (your phone app may show a College of Menominee Nation in Green Bay, which is about an hour away; don’t go to that location). Here’s more detailed maps.