Debweyendan (“believe in it”) Indigenous Gardens (DIGs)
SATURDAY | OCTOBER 26 | 10 - 3 PM*
*Registration begins at 9:30 AM
Recipes from the Decolonizing Diet Project: Homemade sauce and vinegar from American Sweet Crabapples
Promoting Intergenerational Learning and Access to Healthy Foods and Medicines.
Participants will become profcient in identifying the American Sweet Crabapple and in making Crabapplesauce and Crabapple Cider Vinegar. Decolonizing Diet Project Cookbooks will be available for purchase.
Teachers: Dr. Martin Reinhardt & Tina Moses
All are welcome to come at any time during this free event Light lunch is included
Schedule and Locations 10-2pm Learning and Cooking at Zeba Hall, 16141 Zeba Rd, L'Anse, MI 49946 2-3pm Pressing apples at the Natural Resources Dept, 14359 Pequaming Rd, L'Anse, MI 49946 Please bring apples harvested from trees in your neighborhood - we will press them to make apple cider at the Dept. Bring containers for your apple cider
Questions: Karena Schmidt, firstname.lastname@example.org, (906)524-5757 x 30; Valoree Gagnon, email@example.com, (906)487-2180