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Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference

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  • Nick Salazar Center for the Arts

9th Annual Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference
“Moving Forward with Our Neighbors to Protect Our Mother Earth”
October 3-4,  2014
Nick Salazar Center for the Arts, Northern New Mexico College

The event will feature:

  • Keynote speakers Percy Schmeiser, Jefferey Smith of the Institute for Responsible Technology, Nina Simons of Bioneers, and Los Masis, an Andean cultural performance group.
  •  Speakers and participants from at least 6 countries including Bolivia, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Canada and the United States, as well as many Native American tribes from across the country.
  •  Local and regional experts in the areas of food security and sustainable ecology, a heritage seed exchange, workshops and panel discussions on youth issues in the 21stcentury, food and nutrition, seed saving, traditional farming, land restoration, traditional medicine, and medicinal herbs.

The Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference is a organized by a partnership of like-minded organizations including the Pueblo of Tesuque, Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute, the indigenous program at Northern New Mexico College, and Traditional Native American Farmers’ Association (TNAFA).

Click here for more information or contact:

Lorraine Kahneratokwas Gray
Executive Director
Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute
(518) 332.3156

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