Friday, November 18, 2016 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm


Santa Fe Convention Center

Event Description

Heirloom Food and Story is a project of Tano Farm that rekindles sharing our cultural legacies around sacred food and deepening our connection to land, story, heritage, and each other. In this storytelling session, Larry and Deborah Littlebird will share their work with Tano Farm at Hamaatsa, which is rooted in place, story and ancestry—bringing back the sacred in the way we eat, grow, and share our food. Through regenerative farming practices, permaculture, and indigenous land wisdom, Tano Farm is committed to creating a healthy, genetically diverse ecosystem. This off-grid sustainable living farm, located halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque in the rolling foothills of the Ortiz Mountains, runs on 100% renewable energy through solar power and is part of Hamaatsa’s 320 acres of environmentally protected lands, once homelands to the Pueblo Indian people.