I never would have guessed we`d have a couple of inches of snow staying on the ground mid-May, but, here it is! While the peas & onions don`t seem to mind, the seeds I planted late last week will surely look forward to warming soil temperatures to get cracking! I’m sure the hens will be […]Read More SAVE THE DATE(s)!
Learning from the first communities: ‘People of the Longhouse’ This was the title of one of the workshops I attended this year at the Guelph Organic Conference. Led by Rick Hill (Tuscarora), an indigenous educator and coordinator of the Deyohaha:ge: (Two Roads) Indigenous Knowledge Centre at Six Nations Polytechnic. It focussed on the approach and […]Read More Learning from the Past: Haudenosaunee, Corn & the Secret Teachings of Plants