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Indigenous Foodways

Join indigenous chef, Camren Stott, at Blandford Nature Center for a program about decolonized food pathways, food sovereignty, and foraging! This is an interactive and immersive program with traditional ceremonies included.

Participants will be hands on in harvesting, foraging, preparing, and enjoying a traditional Algonquin meal of smoked eel, spiced crab apple, manoomin (wild rice) soup, and sumac tea. Participants will also learn edible wild plant identification & safety (how to harvest and prepare correctly) & how to incorporate this knowledge in modern culinary practice.

Your chef and facilitator, Camren Stott, is a member of The Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance.

Registrations must be received by September 28th 2019 in order to obtain adequate supplies and ingredients.

*Adults only
*Please bring a blanket and/or camp chair for sitting. You will also need your own plate, cup, and utensils.

$30 members
$35 non-members

REGISTRATION REQUIRED, PROGRAM IS FOR ADULTS ONLY!

Date

Oct 05 2019

Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost

$30/members, $35/non-members

Location

Blandford Nature Center
1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI
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