Regenerative Agriculture Through Indigenous Eyes

Terrylynn Será:sera Brant2022-01-25

Regenerative agriculture is informed by traditional practices derived from Indigenous foodways, as well as small-scale and peasant farmers globally. This webinar is about giving space to Terrylynn Será:sera Brant, who is from the Kanyenkehaka Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan, to explore the theme of Regenerative agriculture through Indigenous eyes and share her insights on how to take care of the land and how to do collective work that values Indigenous ancestral knowledge.

Duration: 70 min.

Available in: English, French

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