Get ready for the 4th annual "The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ: Indigenous Foods and Ecological Knowledge Symposium" this Friday and Saturday. The event starts at 9 a.m. each day in the Intellectual House.
Enjoy two full days of breakout discussions on tribal food sovereignty initiatives, food justice and security, traditional foods and health, indigenous foods systems and global climate change. Plus, traditional food meals will be provided.
Indigenous people in the Northwest are known for their sustainable lifestyle and cultural and spiritual relationship with the environment. This symposium is meant to foster dialogue and build collaborative networks to help sustain Native American cultural food practices and landscapes.
Join in on the conversation. All voices are encouraged.
Admission for one-day attendance (either May 13 or 14), including service fee is $20, and both days is $35, and tickets include traditional food meals. Click here to buy tickets.