Inter-Tribal Garden & Seed Sharing

Friday, April 8, 8:30-3:30 pm & Saturday, April 9, 9:30-2:30 pm

Visit with community gardeners & seed keepers

· IMG_6231Plant 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, tbellanger@wetcc.edu

Limited overnight accommodation available email Zach, weseedlibrary@gmail.com

Sponsored by the White Earth Land Recovery Project and the
ANA grant and the White Earth Tribal and Community College

2016 Wild Food Summit Registration Deadline Extended

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2016

The 10th Wild Food Summit (WFS) runs Thursday, June 16th thru Sunday the 19th at the White Earth Reservation Little Elbow Lake DSC04771Tribal Campground. This year, we are running it as an ‘Open Space event.’ with topics led by those attending.

Since the Wild Food Summit is a different format for this year, all wild food identification and preparationregistrations for WFS will be brought through a committee and accepted based on each applicant’s input as to their contributions and knowledge they would like to learn and share with their local communities.

The Registration Deadline has been extended to Thursday, March 10, 2016.  All Applicants will be notified via email on their registration proposals after that date. Approved proposals will be given a link to complete registration payment.

Registration fee: $100.00 Per Adult (Youth 17 & Younger-Free) Free registration to White Earth area residents.

For more info call Tammy at 218-935-0417 Ext 213

To submit you application click on the link below. You will be taken to another site and will need to create a login account. Then you will be able to answer the required questions and submit your application.
submit

Spoon Carving: Saturday, March 12, 2016

1 (4)Carve birch or basswood and take home your own utensil.

When: 9 am to 4pm

Where: Minwanjige Cafe, 33287 Cty. Hwy 34, Ogema, MN (near the Strawberry Lake Store)

Lunch provided (Please bring your own dish and utensils)

An adult must accompany youth 10 & up. Limited to 15 participants

For more info: Tammy at 218-935-0417 Ext. 213, tbellanger@wetcc.edu

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

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

2016 Wild Food Summit Registration

The 10th Wild Food Summit (WFS) runs Thursday, June 16th thru Sunday the 19th at the White Earth Reservation Little Elbow  Lake DSC04771Tribal Campground. This year, we are running it as an ‘Open Space event.’ with topics led by those attending.

Since the Wild Food Summit is a different format for this year, all wild food identification and preparationregistrations for WFS will be brought through a committee and accepted based on each applicant’s input as to their contributions and knowledge they would like to learn and share with their local communities.

The Registration Deadline is Friday, February 19th.  All Applicants will be notified via email on their registration proposals by Tuesday, February 23rd.  At that time, approved proposals will be given a link to complete registration payment.

Registration fee: $100.00 Per Adult (Youth 17 & Younger-Free) Free registration to White Earth area residents.

For more info call Tammy at 218-935-0417 Ext 213

To submit you application click on the link below. You will be taken to another site and will need to create a login account. Then you will be able to answer the required questions and submit your application.
submit

Scandinavian Knife Making

February 12th-14th, 2016

At the Mahnomen High School-Industrial Arts Room

The focus of this workshop is teach those who want to carry forward the skills of knife making. High quality materials will be made available: a Norwegian or a Finnish blade along with curly birch steve knife - 1wood, antler, and nickel silver for the handle. Attendees can bring their own beautiful piece of wood, horn, rawhide, or other material to use for a knife handle.

Friday, February 12th, 5pm-9pm: Design knife and collect handle materials.

Saturday, February 13th, 9am-5pm: Prep and create the handle.

Sunday, February 14th, 9 am-5pm: Shape handle and finishing the knife.

No cost- but limited to 7 participants. Snacks and refreshments provided.

Instructor: Steve Dahlberg, started making knives at the age of 16 and has made many knives since, mostly in the Scandinavian style.

To Register Contact: Tammy 218-935-0417 Ext. 213  or  tbellanger@wetcc.edu

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

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