Wild Food Summit: Anishinaabe relearning traditional gathering practices

Feb 15th, 2011 | By | Category: 22-3: Food Sovereignty, Spring 2011, Features, Health & Wellness
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen

Interest in the annual Wild Food Summit at White Earth Tribal and Community College keeps growing. “I believe that wilds foods are alive in a way that other foods are not,” says local Robert Shimek (Red Lake Band of Ojibwe).


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