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The Old is New: Exploring Indigenous Land Stewardship

Those familiar with the history of the organic farming movement will recognize its foundation in the traditional soil-nurturing practices brought from the indigenous world to an industrial world very much in need of direction by Sir Albert Howard in the first half of the 20th century. Indigenous management systems transcend the perceived distinction between nature and agriculture. They provide a time-tested model for sustainable land stewardship. This session offers an indigenous perspective on land management. The speakers will identify spiritual values, look at indigenous technologies, consider natural & community law, recognize the ancestors, and acknowledge controversies as we share the story of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the world today. Please come with your questions. 

Track and Session Info

Track: 
Social Justice Advocacy & Cultural Diversity
Session: 
E | 1:30 pm

Date and Location

Location: 
Heather
Day: 
Friday
Presenter(s): 

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Date:
Oct 14 2016
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En Español, Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
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Location:
Merrill
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Location:
Fred Farr
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Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
Date:
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Location:
Chapel
Track:
Seasoned Farmers & Ranchers
Date:
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Location:
Kiln
Track:
Beginning Farmers & Ranchers
Date:
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Location:
Chapel
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Evergreen
Track:
Merchants, Handlers, & Distributors
Date:
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Location:
Oak Shelter
Track:
Lengua Española / Spanish Language
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Nautilus
Track:
Social Justice Advocacy & Cultural Diversity
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Scripps
Track:
Activists
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Heather
Date:
Oct 14 2016
Location:
Acacia

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