Fridays 1 to 4pm December 9th & 16th and January 6 &13th.
Interested in learning the basics of sewing and upcycling old clothes? Bring your own material and thread and learn how to make pillow cases and other simple projects – even using old jeans, t-shirts, sweaters, etc. This class will be held at White Earth Tribal and Community College at the Main Campus in the Opichi Classroom.
Fermented Foods & Kombucha, Friday, November 18th, 4 to 6pm Fermentation has been used by all people in all places to preserve food. With the advent of canning, refrigeration, and the global food system the use of fermentation has all but disappeared from today’s kitchens. This workshop will attempt to return some of these traditions to general use. We will cover vegetable, and a Kombucha beverages.
Make Hominy using Wood Ash, Friday, November 18, 2 to 5pm
Deer Canning with a pressure cooker, Saturday, November 19th, 10 to 3pm Learn how to safely can deer meat and take home a couple jars. We supply the deer meat but please bring a few pint jars.
Spoon-Carving, Saturday, December 3rd, 10 to 3:30
Learn knife techniques as you carve your own spoon. All supplies and tools provided for.
Making Salves and Wild Teas for Winter Health, Sunday, December 4th, 10- 12:30 Participants will make a medicinal ointment/salve and teas from some of our Native wild plants.
All workshops are free and coordinated by Extension Service of White Earth Tribal and Community College, Wadiswan Campus, 2254 College Rd, Mahnomen
For More Info: Tammy, firstname.lastname@example.org 218-935-0417 Ext 213
September 25th, 2016
10 am to 4pm
White Earth Tribal & Community College
Opichi Room, 2250 College Road Mahnomen, MN
Carve and take home your own spoon from birch or basswood. Lunch provided. Great for ages 10 and up accompanied by an adult!
Register now! Limited to 8 people
Call Becca: at 218-935-0417 Ext 314, email@example.com
Saturday, October 22, 2016 , 10 to 1pm
White Earth Tribal & Community College 2250 College Rd Mahnomen, MN
Three Sisters Dish Cook-Oﬀ! Please use one (or all) three Sisters ingredients; corn, beans and squash has to be the star of the dish. A ballot vote will be held for 1st,2nd,and 3rd place prizes.
All Welcome! Lunch provided
Questions? Tammy 218.935.0417 Ext. 213, firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 8, 8:30-3:30 pm & Saturday, April 9, 9:30-2:30 pm
Visit with community gardeners & seed keepers
· Plant starts
· Heirloom Seed sharing
· Door Prizes
· Lunch provided
Where: White Earth Tribal and Community College (wetcc.org), 2254 College Road, Mahnomen, MN
To Register: Tammy 218-935-0417 Ext. 213, email@example.com
Limited overnight accommodation available email Zach, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the White Earth Land Recovery Project and the
ANA grant and the White Earth Tribal and Community College