September 20, 2014, 9:30-3:30pm
We will gather to learn how to identify, gather, and cook Fall wild mushrooms. We ask folks to bring a picking bag and a small knife. All are welcome!
Questions call: Becca at 218-935-0417 Ext. 314, White Earth Tribal & Community College Extension Service
Download Flyer: sept mushroom flyer
Directions: Hwy 59 has been under construction so for an alternative route -if coming from Detroit Lakes take U.S. Highway 21 into White Earth. At Stop sign take a right on 34 and at next 4 way stop sign take a left by Rez-taurant and plaground onto Hwy 21 till stop sign at “T” and turn right on State Highway 113 (turn East or right). Travel till you see Little Elbow Lake Park sign (just past post 31) and turn left. It is located immediately north of Tullaby Lake. Follow signs to Little Lake Park. There will be a “Wild Food Summit” sign on State Hwy 113 by park signs.
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 community members are welcome to take part as well as attend gatherings at Leech lake and Red Lake.