How do we cultivate a sound food system while not supporting a capitalist governance? How can we establish a garden on a small budget? How do we break down the barriers of oppression and colonization?
Join us, in collaboration with Tompkins County Solidarity Gardens, to discuss these questions with an array of perspectives from our panel of local and regional food system advocates. Throughout the series, we will provide materials to guide you through your explorations of food sovereignty, from how to plant seeds to saving them, to nutrition. Please register through the link below to receive your zoom link and accompanying materials.
Learn more about the panelists and register to attend at www.tcikh.org/seedsforsovereignty
Hosted by Traditional Center for Indigenous Knowledge & Healing
In collaboration with Tompkins County Solidarity Gardens
Sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County
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Last updated October 27, 2020