Seed Day! Saturday, April 11th

When: 10am to 3pm

Where: White Earth Tribal & Community College2254 College IMG_3013Road, Mahnomen, MN

  • Learn about 3 Sisters & Salsa Gardens
  • Check out seeds at Seed Library
  • Try out Seed Saving
  • Sign up for a free community garden bed!

Door Prizes & Lunch provided

Questions: Becca at 218-935-0417 Ext. 314

Spoon Carving, Saturday March 28th

Where: Native Harvest Building, 607 Main Ave., Callaway, MN

When: 9am to 4pm

Carve and take home your own utensil from birch or basswood.

Dahlberg carved spoons
Dahlberg carved spoons

Lunch provided but please bring your own dish & utensils.

Great for ages 10 and up accompanied by an adult!


For more info: Becca at 218-935-0417 Ext 314 or

A partnership between the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Nation, White Earth Tribal and Community College and the Bush Foundation.Bush logo

April 9th Shop at Winter Farmer’s Market

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When: Thursday, April 9th from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Where:  White Earth Tribal and Community College, 2250 College Rd, Mahnomen, MN

The White Earth Community Farmers’ Market offers fresh, locally grown produce, baked goods and crafts. The market is a collaboration between the White Earth Health Education Program, MC4QL Project, the City of Mahnomen, and the White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension Service.  WIC Fresh fruits/vegetable vouchers are accepted!

Download flyer: 2014 winter market flyer

If you would like to be a vendor it is $5. per month.  All vendors must have produced the  food products and art.

FMI:  Tammy Bellanger 218-935-0417 Ext. 213                                         

Making naaba’ waagan-ag

When:  10:00-­‐3:30pm, Saturday, February 21, 2015
Where: White Earth Tribal and Community College,  Wadiswan building, 2250 College Road, Mahnomen, MNIMG_2814-1

Lunch provided.

Age 10 and up welcome to join in the fun! We will use deer toe bones to make this game. Be ready to play.

Download flyer here: nabaa waaganag game

Minonjigewin:  Someone is eating right  is part of the Revitalizating Traditional Anishinaabeg Connections Project. This project is a partnership between the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Nation, White Earth Tribal and Community College and funded by the Bush Foundation. Monthly activities will happen on White Earth the 3rd week of each month. All  are welcome to take part as well as attend gatherings at Leech lake and Red Lake.

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Deer Canning, Saturday, November 15th


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White Earth Reservation: Canning Deer Meat

9am till done

White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension Service

Wadiswan, Main Campus Building2254 College Road, Mahnomen

Learn how to can deer meat through the pressure cooking method. All who participate will be able to take home a jar of canned venison.

Cost? FREE!

Questions? Extension Service:  Becca (218)-935-0417 Ext. 314

Download flyer here: November WE flyer

Minonjigewin:  Someone is eating right: Revitalizing Traditional Anishinaabeg Connections Project

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A partnership between the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Nation, and White Earth Tribal and Community College funded by the Bush Foundation. Bush logo