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Ancient Indigenous forest gardens still yield bounty 150 years later: study

A first-of-its-kind study by SFU finds that Indigenous forest gardens filled with fruit and nut trees are still thriving, at least 150 years later. Read the article here:…

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Events Of Siwk

Siwk, or spring, has arrived on the West Coast of Ktaqmkuk, where I call home, Codroy Valley. The Katalisk Sipu, also known as the Grand Codroy River, is high; green ……

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Registrations Open For Mi’kmaq Pollinator Project In Nova Scotia

– A new project initiated by indigenous people in Nova Scotia to help the honeybees. For more information or to register: https://www.aworldforbees.com/amuk…

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Miawpukek Community Garden

My name is Timothy Drew, and I am from Miawpukek Reservation, which is also known as Conne River. We are located on the South Coast of Newfoundland. I was born, ……

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How Atlantic First Nations Are Building Food Security

The Potlotek First Nation in Cape Breton is one of several Indigenous communities in Atlantic Canada that is launching a project to address food insecurity using a geothermal greenhouse that ……

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Learning from Tradition

My name is Alice Daphne March, named for my father’s mother.  I grew up in Gillams, a small community in the Bay of Islands, within Mi’kmaq territory, on the West ……

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