Join three diverse speakers as they explore the intersection of food, agriculture, health, and community among tribal and pueblo communities. This workshop includes an overview of programs in Indian Country that support the theme of food/water/life. Workshop participants will learn how tribal communities can use traditional ecological knowledge in partnership with local and state agencies to increase access to traditional foods. The speakers will encourage dialogue around concepts of “decolonizing the body” and restoring sacred vitality within a tribal and intertribal context, in order to illustrate aspects of culture, spirituality, and relationship to land that are intertwined in the revitalization of traditional food ways.
F | 3:30 pm