Incorporating Indigenous Foods: Plants and Food as Medicine Part 2

About our Guest Speaker:
Paula M. Johnson, a Cree Iskwew from Samson Cree Nation from the Treaty 6 territory of Maskwacis Alberta Canada, who now resides on the Meskwaki Settlement in Tama, Iowa.

“Traditional food is my passion as a chef I am influenced by traditional recipes, indigenous food sovereignty and utilizing indigenous grown food in the kitchen, being a graduate of the Aboriginal Culinary arts program through Vancouver Community college, having access to our traditional foods in main stream society is one of my personal goals. I am also a small business owner, who offers a line of essential oils that incorporates traditional medicine I work with traditional medicines in my essential oil line, Sweetgrass, sage and cedar I harvest the medicines I work with from my home territory, there is so much beauty from the traditional landscape so much that you can use in food in life.”

Wednesday, September 30
1-2 EDT . 12-1 CDT . 11-12 MDT . 10-11 PDT . 9-10 AKDT

Starts: Sep. 30, 2020 12:00 pm
Ends: Sep. 30, 2020 1:00 pm
Registration Deadline
September 30, 2020
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