Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference
- 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).
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