See pdf flier (link above).
All are invited to come visit, share and learn from over 20 native speakers leading discussions on native agricultural practices, tribal food policy, development of an indigenous seed library, how to get started producing and marketing traditional food products, fighting toxic pesticide drift, environmental justice and much more. We have local, regional and international speakers. For instance one of our keynote speakers - Amos Hinton of the Ponca Tribe Oklahoma will discuss food sovereignty issues and how their tribe grew 12,000 pounds of produce last year. To view our agenda, read more about our speakers ,and register for the conference, visit our website www.welrp.org and click on the menu bar for the 11th Indigenous Farming Conference.