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Co-Producers Unite! Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Food Heritage of Turtle Island (Oct. 14) - Shared screen with speaker view
Dustina Gill
01:07:18
Hello! Dustina Gill Sisseton South Dakota
Christy Haas-Howard
01:07:33
Christy from Denver, CO
Mary Ann Dix
01:07:33
Mary Ann in Albuquerque New Mexico
Chef Huff
01:07:37
Chef Miles Huff, Bluffton, South Carolina
Juda Tolmasoff
01:07:41
Good day! I'm Juda Tolmasoff from San Mateo County in California.
Hillary Egna
01:07:46
Hillary from Oregon. Thank you for hosting.
Kenna Rogers
01:07:48
Kenna in D.C.
Sylvia Rains Dennis
01:07:48
Sylvia Rains Dennis, honored to dwell in Taos homelands, northern NM
CARRIE Roach
01:07:48
Carrie of the Everglades Waterways, of Tequesta
Alyssa Thomas
01:07:48
Alyssa from Riverside, California
Angelina Magerl
01:07:49
Angelina Magerl Winnebago, Nebraska
Mehdi Sharifi
01:07:51
Mehdi Sharifi from Syilx Territory, BC, Canada
Melissa Chlupach
01:07:57
Hello from Anchorage, Alaska! Dena'inaq ełnen'aq' gheshtnu ch'q'u yeshdu. I live and work on the land of the Dena’ina. Translation: S. Shaginoff-Stuart, J. Isaak
Guat-Lian Kreamer
01:07:57
Hi there! Darlene and Guatlian from Newark, DE
Tammie Ostdiek
01:07:57
Tammie Ostdiek, Bridgeport, Nebraska
Juliet McMullin
01:07:57
Hello, Juliet from Riverside California
Kirsten Hannam
01:07:58
Hello, this is Kirsten Hannam. I am joining from Penticton, BC, traditional territory of the Syilx people.
Sharla Strong
01:08:00
Hello, Sharla Strong, joining from Arizona
Dr. Kakha NADIRADZE
01:08:00
Hello, greetings from Georgia, Kakha Nadiradze AFRD
Leslie Rae Henry
01:08:01
Leslie Rae Henry Pine Ridge Reservation South Dakota
Lace Arvizu
01:08:01
Lace from Montana
Jackie Mason
01:08:04
Jackie Mason, Manager Indigenous Support and Awareness Office for AAFC, coming to you from Victoria, BC
Brian Solem
01:08:05
Hi! Brian here from the homelands of the Council of Three Fires (Chicago)
Laxmi Prakash Semwal
01:08:09
We have successfully practiced a cross sectors collaboration approach https://annamrit.com/Farmersstories.pdf with these happiness https://sjsindia.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/CJBS-Apple-Project-Final.pdf
Christine Bruno
01:08:14
Clifton & Christine Bruno, Wasco Tribe, Oregon USA
David Meyer
01:08:17
David Meyer with Corteva from Iowa
Harriet Kuhnlein
01:08:18
Harriet Kuhnlein from the Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment (CINE) at McGill University, Canada
Shane Ahrens
01:08:18
Shane, Fremont NE
Alexandria Richter
01:08:24
Thank you for joining the webinar “Co-Producers Unite! Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Food Heritage of Turtle Island. Today’s webinar is hosted by FAO North America, Intertribal Agriculture Council, Slow Food Turtle Island Association and Slow Food USA.This webinar is also being live streamed on Twitter on the @FAONorthAmerica page. Join the conversation on Twitter using #HonoringNativeFoods #CoProducersUnite #IndigenousPeoplesDay #WorldFoodDay.Feel free to use the chat box for comments, please use the Q&A box for questions and let us know where you are joining from.Program https://bit.ly/Oct14AgendaSpeaker Bios https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Tristan Kitch
01:08:41
Tristan--Phoenix, O'odham and Piipash lands
Mick Rose
01:08:51
Monique Lopez Apache from Portland Oregon
Alexandria Richter
01:08:53
Speaking now is Denisa Livingston who is an unapologetic food justice organizer, Slow Food International Indigenous Councilor of the Global North, and an Appointed Member of the Champions Network of the United Nations Food Systems Summit. Her mission is to improve and empower the lives of others. She is committed to addressing food apartheid, nutritional trauma, the diabetes epidemic, the dominant culture of unhealthy foods, and the increasing need of healthy food access and restorative justice. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Courtney Streett
01:09:01
Hi all, this is Courtney from Delaware with Native Roots Farm Foundation.
Endratno Budi Santosa
01:09:12
Budi, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mara Welton
01:09:27
Hi Mara here, SFUSA Biodiversity Strategist from the Dawnlands in Abenaki Territory
Jere Gilles
01:09:32
Jere Columbia Missouri
Aleesha Jones
01:09:33
?ex Kwn (Hello) Aleesha Jones from Vancouver, the University of British Columbia. I am calling in from the traditional unceded territory of the Musqueam people.
Hillary Egna
01:09:45
Hillary Egna from Oregon
Tylo Kennedy
01:09:52
Good morning, Tylo Kennedy SE Alaska
Henry O-Sintim
01:09:53
Henry Sintim, University of Ghana, Accra
Dawn E. LeBeau
01:09:53
Dawn E. LeBeau, Akiptan Inc. on the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation.
Cindy Brison
01:10:12
Cindy Brison from Omaha, NE
Dr. Kakha NADIRADZE
01:10:34
We are the founders of the World Farmers Market Coalition, WFMC
Angie Boone
01:10:36
Angie Boone, Cherokee Nation citizen, employee of Pinoleville Pomo Nation
Jennifer Ripp
01:10:53
Jenn Ripp, Decorah IA
Jackie Currie
01:11:02
Jackie, central Oregon
Ayisha Kalin
01:11:16
Ayisha Kalin - Canarsie/Lenape territory
Alexandria Richter
01:11:59
Speaking now is Valerie Nuvayestewa who is Hopi/Tewa and from the Tewa Corn Clan, Tewa Village. Valerie is currently working as the Creative Associate, for a family initiated, environmental, grassroots organization, Tuskwat Oqawtoynani, (helping the Earth to gather its strength) which involves, cleaning First Mesa, Arizona from top to bottom, projects around erosion control/restoration of mesa trails, orchard restoration, and educational webinars focusing on environmental stewardship targeted to educate the youth, while bringing the wisdom of the elders to the forefront. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Leon Nuvayestewa
01:12:05
Leon A. Nuvayestewa, Sr. from Hopi in Northern Arizona.
Max Johansen
01:12:07
Greetings from Susquehannock/Nanticoke territory by Baltimore
Mara Welton
01:12:18
Thank you Denisa and Valerie for sharing with us today.
Liza Franzoni
01:12:23
Multnomah, Chinook, Molalla Territory
Felix Evbuomwan
01:12:34
Good afternoon-Felix Evbuomwan from Atlanta Georgia USA
Melanie Cross-Kadake
01:12:55
Haida and Tlingit From Southeast Alaska
Ian McFaul
01:12:56
It’s an honor to share this day with all of you from unceded Akimel O’odham and Piipaash lands (Phoenix, Arizona, USA).
Gustav Mahunu
01:14:30
greetings from Ghana
Dawn E. LeBeau
01:15:23
Pila'mayaye (thank you) for that beautiful prayer :)
Mick Rose
01:15:23
Beauty. Ahe'hee'
Juda Tolmasoff
01:15:28
Thank you for sharing such a beautiful prayer.
Elizabeth Carney
01:15:34
AHO
Kristy Peshlakai
01:15:35
That was beautiful. Thank you.
Kathryn Fairbanks
01:15:37
Miigwetch!
Angela Baluk
01:15:39
Thank you, Valerie.
Ayisha Kalin
01:15:39
XOXOXOXO
Tristan Kitch
01:15:43
That was very beautiful Valerie, thank you
Juliet McMullin
01:15:44
mahalo, so beautiful
Harriet Kuhnlein
01:15:44
Just beautiful Valerie. Thank you so very much.
Dawn E. LeBeau
01:15:50
I appreciate the emotion as well :)
Denise Rowcroft
01:15:57
Thank you for your powerful words.
Mara Welton
01:16:09
Thank you Valerie.
Alexandria Richter
01:16:14
Thank you for joining the webinar “Co-Producers Unite! Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Food Heritage of Turtle Island. Today’s webinar is hosted by FAO North America, Intertribal Agriculture Council, Slow Food Turtle Island Association and Slow Food USA.This webinar is also being live streamed on Twitter on the @FAONorthAmerica page. Join the conversation on Twitter using #HonoringNativeFoods #CoProducersUnite #IndigenousPeoplesDay #WorldFoodDay.Feel free to use the chat box for comments, please use the Q&A box for questions and let us know where you are joining from.Program https://bit.ly/Oct14AgendaSpeaker Bios https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Aleesha Jones
01:16:15
kwukwssteyp (thank you) for your prayer.
Latashia Redhouse
01:16:18
Thank you Valerie <3
Max Johansen
01:16:21
peace and good tidings one and all, blessings of the universe rain down on the congregants
Alexandria Richter
01:16:53
Speaking now is Jocelyn Brown Hall, who is the Director of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Liaison Office for North America based in Washington, DC. Prior to this role she served as the Deputy Regional Representative for the FAO Regional Office for Africa, where she oversaw 47 FAO country offices and guided strategy and communications around food security, agriculture, climate change, agrifood trade, animal and plant health, among other topics. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Harriet Kuhnlein
01:17:10
Mikaila - your volume could be increased, please
Ayesha T
01:17:14
Hello, will this event be recorded?
Jiali Shang
01:17:27
Ottawa Canada
Leslie Ryan
01:17:36
University of Oregon
Monisha Das
01:17:43
Princess Anne, Maryland
Martin Smith
01:17:49
Fort Peck, Montana
Elizabeth Carney
01:17:59
Joining from San Francisco, the southern end of Salmon Nation. Thanks to the Salmon People.
C Begay
01:18:02
Phoenix Interagency Dispatch Center, Mesa, AZ
Jennifer Smith
01:18:13
Ayesha! It's Jenn from RARE. I believe it is being recorded.
Dani Tippmann
01:18:22
Columbia City, Indiana USA
Ahdi Mohammed
01:18:22
This webinar is being recorded and live streamed on Twitter on the @FAONorthAmerica page. We will share the recording with all participants.
sara elsayed
01:18:24
sara from tempe arizona, also the indigenous home of the Akimel O'odham and Peeposh people
Sarah Ferber
01:18:26
I'm Sarah joining from St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Ayesha T
01:18:38
Thank you so much 🙂 Hi Jenn!
Mary Eiserman
01:18:41
Mary from Central Veirginia
Mary Eiserman
01:18:45
Virginia*
Desarae Baker
01:18:51
Boozhoo! Greetings from the Little Shell of Great Falls MT
Ayesha T
01:18:55
Joining from Kalapuya land in Oregon
Maggie Regan
01:19:30
Maggie from Tulsa, OK, living and working on Muscogee (Creek) land
Max Caruso
01:19:40
Max joining you all from the lands of Pomo and Costal Miwok peoples, in Northern California.
Mercy Akeredolu
01:19:41
Akeredolu Mercy from Ethiopia. Good day everyone
Alison Bennett
01:20:04
Alison tuning in from Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland
Paula Messina
01:20:11
Ahnee, Boozhoo, Tansi from Paula in Tkaronto (Toronto,Ontarion, Canada)
Jennifer Smith
01:20:40
Joining from the lands of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla.
Shannon Fowler
01:20:47
from Puyallup WA
Carol Brillinger
01:20:54
Carol from Ottawa on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg People
Alexandria Richter
01:21:18
Speaking now is Anna Mulé who joined Slow Food USA in 2016 after working in digital marketing and multimedia production. With a background in ethnomusicology and journalism, she loves the intersection of food and culture and the rich diversity of the Slow Food community. Anna grew up in rural upstate New York, where her family raised turkeys and made their own sausage, and has lived in Vietnam, Uganda, and Papua New Guinea. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Max Johansen
01:22:11
https://slowfoodusa.org/recipes-from-turtle-island/
Jennifer Smith
01:22:31
Thank you!! 🙌
Alexandria Richter
01:22:54
Check out the Recipes from Turtle Island cookbook here: https://vf63g1zsy1jqfwy46tx5qk6i-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/Recipes-from-Turtle-Island.pdf
Alexandria Richter
01:26:49
Speaking now is Latashia Redhouse who is an enrolled member of the Diné Nation and was raised in southeastern Utah. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Journalism with an emphasis in Corporate Communications at Utah State University. She has spent years supporting organizations with marketing strategies and guidance, and is excited to serve the Native American farmer-entrepreneurs and business owners. Her passion is to inspire Indigenous professionals and offer solutions to help grow their business. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Alexandria Richter
01:28:00
Speaking now is Tomie Peterson who is a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. She is a graduate of Black Hills State University and joins Intertribal Agriculture Council from Dacotah Bank in Mobridge, where she was an Agriculture Banker. In this setting, She developed a trained eye for Ag Lending and Finance. In her new capacity with the IAC, she advocates on behalf of Tribal producers for fair and equitable financing, functional access to USDA programming, and innovative business structures. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Alexandria Richter
01:32:14
Check out the Intertribal Agriculture Council website here: https://www.indianag.org/
Alexandria Richter
01:34:50
Speaking now is Spring Alaska Schreiner who is the owner and Principal Ecologist-Indigenous Agriculturalist of Sakari Farms/Sakari Botanicals. Spring serves on multiple regional and national agricultural boards and educational committees and serves as an advocate for local farmers and tribal members. Spring was the recent recipient of the 2019 NASDA Women Farm to Food Award, honoring her achievements regionally in value added food production and small farm education. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Joan Bouchard
01:41:06
Joan Bouchard, State College PA, my niece and nephews are members of the Lummi nation.
Alexandria Richter
01:41:08
Speaking now is Elena Terry who is the Executive Chef/Founder of Wild Bearies, a nonprofit formed in 2018 to keep First Nation food traditions alive, and to help community members who are dealing with trauma or addiction. Elena is the Food and Culinary Program Coordinator for the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance as well as in partnerships with the Intertribal Agriculture Council, Meskwaki Food Sovereignty Initiative and UW Horticulture Department. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Ayisha Kalin
01:41:25
YES!!!
Spring Alaska Schreinder
01:42:26
Gete'
Alexandria Richter
01:47:07
Speaking now is Rich Francis, who is the executive chef/owner of Seventh Fire Hospitality Group focusing on contemporary Indigenous cuisine. He also stars as a Chef host on the Wild Game TV series and the docu-series Red Chef Revival. Additionally, Chef Francis is reaching students across Canada through his decolonizing food workshops. His cooking is designed to deliver the true emotional experience of Aboriginal gastronomy to his clientele. He uses products that are locally sourced – fished, hunted, trapped, harvested – as well as indigenous products from a community on Turtle island. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Max Caruso
02:00:48
Great first session!
Jackie Mason
02:00:51
You are doing great work thank you for advocating for Indigenous Food
Desarae Baker
02:01:10
g'chi miigwech!
Kristi Tabaj
02:01:19
Many thanks. Those who have spoken have provided a lot for reflection.
Gabriel Laizer
02:01:25
Really inspiring presentations.
Will Edwards
02:01:32
Thank you so much everyone <3
Sylvia Rains Dennis
02:01:33
Yes, STRONG!
John Matis
02:01:34
Great inspiring work. Thank you!
Gabrielle Roesch-McNally
02:01:38
Amazing work. Very inspired.
Gustav Mahunu
02:01:47
am inspired.
Gustav Mahunu
02:02:01
great presentations
Dani Tippmann
02:02:15
Wonderful information - neewe thank you
Mara Welton
02:02:19
Sincerely appreciate all of this sharing. Thank you!
Marilyn Madrone
02:04:01
From Sebastopol, California, Miwok and Pomo land, We of Community Seed Exchange patiently grow and share our seeds freely with local gardeners, honoring the indigenous peoples who lived on this Sonoma County land.
Alexandria Richter
02:04:11
Feel free to use the chat box for comments, please use the Q&A box for questions and let us know where you are joining from.Program for the event: https://bit.ly/Oct14AgendaSpeaker Bios: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Marilyn Madrone
02:04:25
Marilyn Madrpne
Mikaila Way
02:08:40
Thank you, Chef Justin Pioche! https://www.piochefoodgroup.com/
Janet McGarry
02:09:22
That rose hip chocolate was crazy good. My husband and I loved it.
Alexandria Richter
02:09:53
Speaking now is Simon Martinez who has been the Operations Manager of Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Farm and Ranch Enterprise for 29 years and the Operations Manager of Bow & Arrow Brand, LLC for the past 5 years. Bow & Arrow Brand, LLC launched in 2014, it mills, and packages all non-GMO corn products. All of the products which consist of yellow, white and blue cornmeal; grits; polenta; yellow corn flour and clean, shelled corn and cracked corn feed. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Ellen Hastay
02:11:57
Ellen HastayForest Grove, Oregon
Latashia Redhouse
02:12:17
View the abundance of Native American products by visiting IAC’s producer directory - https://www.indianagfoods.org/producers. Reach out to Tomie or I if you are seeking specific products. Love seeing the beautiful comments from those who received the Native Food Connection products.
Kristi Tabaj
02:13:00
Latashia, you read my mind! Thank you!
Charlene Forman
02:16:48
I just ordered one of these from Bow & Arrow: https://bowandarrowbrand.com/products/bow-arrow-brand-gift-mug/
Juda Tolmasoff
02:18:19
Beautiful picture of the field.
Alexandria Richter
02:20:30
Share your box and your recipes on social media using the hashtags #HonoringNativeFoods #CoProducersUnite #IndigenousPeoplesDay #WorldFoodDayCheck out Chef Justin Pioche’s work at: https://www.piochefoodgroup.com/ & ​​https://www.instagram.com/jjbpeezy/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/SlowFoodUSA/status/1447575065265070081
Austin Olson
02:23:16
👐
Alexandria Richter
02:23:19
Speaking now is Chef Nephi Craig who is an enrolled member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and is half Navajo. Chef Nephi Craig has 23 years culinary experience in America and around the world in London, Germany, Brazil and Japan. He is also the founder of the Native American Culinary Association or NACA, an organization/network that is dedicated to the research, refinement, and development of Native American Cuisine. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Latashia Redhouse
02:30:40
Congrats Chef Nephi! Beautiful work!
Kirsten Hannam
02:32:47
Thank you, everyone. What a thought-provoking and inspiring experience!
Danielle Corral
02:33:54
Love these pictures!
Latashia Redhouse
02:34:13
Amazing!! That looks delicious!
Dani Tippmann
02:34:21
Community First! Beauty and taste!
Monisha Das
02:34:23
Delicious.
Harriet Kuhnlein
02:34:28
This is all making me really, really hungry! Thank you for these beautiful photos of chef-inspired dishes!
Juda Tolmasoff
02:34:32
Okay, now my mouth is watering!
Fiona Joseph
02:34:38
Looks really great
Gabriel Laizer
02:35:52
Absolutely looking delicious.
Mara Welton
02:36:21
All of this food looks not just beautiful but incredibly nourishing. Thank you Chef!!
Sharla Strong
02:36:29
Amazing work, Nephi!
Julia Reynolds Martinez
02:36:36
Wow
Sylvia Rains Dennis
02:36:55
beautiful sharing, heartfelt gratitude to ALL
Valerie Nuvayestewa
02:37:57
You are one amazing individual Nephi, I love listening to you speak. Kuna'a for thinking of our own people first.
Alexandria Richter
02:38:57
Speaking now is Chef Alfredo Oropeza who is celebrating 21 years of professional experience in the culinary and media related businesses, and has published 5 best sellers that promote healthy cooking and sustainable techniques. He has been able to share his passion for food and healthy lifestyle as Executive Producer and host of his own TV shows, such as “Al Sabor del Chef,” “Movimiento Al Natural,” “Chef Oropeza en Casa,” and Tributo Al productor in partnership with Grupo Televisa, BBC Latam, and HITN. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Latashia Redhouse
02:43:24
My kids also love the chokecherry syrup for their waffles or blue corn pancakes
Janet McGarry
02:43:52
Chokecherry syrup is also good on oatmeal.
Jocelyn Brownhall
02:44:02
It looks delicious and now I know what to do with my chokecherry syrup!
Will Edwards
02:44:08
I’ve got to try chokecherry syrup now
Latashia Redhouse
02:44:10
That’s a great idea, Janet. Why didn’t I think of that.
Ayesha T
02:44:14
Will the recipes be shared afterwards?
Ian McFaul
02:46:55
https://redlakenationfoods.com/product/wild-chokecherry-syrup/
Danielle Corral
02:47:18
Thank you for the link!
Sarah Goslee
02:48:05
I was delighted to receive a box. First meal was salmon cakes, roasted local squash, served with pasta dressed with the olive oil, tomatoes from my garden, herbs from my garden. Delicious! Looking forward to enjoying the other items.
Jennifer Smith
02:48:28
Does anyone have a link for the chocolate? 😍
Alexandria Richter
02:51:40
Recipes from Turtle Island: https://vf63g1zsy1jqfwy46tx5qk6i-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/Recipes-from-Turtle-Island.pdf
Mikaila Way
02:52:53
Resource List include references mentioned by Denisa : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1irb3QZbybpIqm5cVnCys2_fKTBe2IYAm4DOtPG_UmCI/edit?fbclid=IwAR1gQQK6EaOEgofgz8EM1CeAR9UgsN8Qyl-DVaS2uWUdTjH--KDYMOtlkWA
Ayesha T
02:53:27
Wonderful, thanks!
Mara Welton
02:53:53
Excellent resource list - thank you!
Lissette F Wright
02:57:26
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and wisdom🙏,Organizers, Co-Producers Unite! and Panelists 🌳✊💚✊🌳👩🏻‍🌾👩🏻‍🍳🍁👨🏻‍🌾👨🏻‍🍳🍁
Tomie Peterson
02:58:40
Contents in the box: Corn Meal - https://bowandarrowbrand.com/ Wheat Berries - https://www.ramonafarms.com/Maple Syrup - https://www.facebook.com/ZiibiFarm/ Choke Cherry Syrup - https://redlakenationfoods.com/ Midnight Tea -  https://sakarifarms.com/beef stick -  https://www.quapawcattlecompanystore.com/canned salmon - https://www.quinaultpride.online/
Juda Tolmasoff
03:02:14
I have found the a primary place to promote equity and unity is with food. Thank you for this wonderful, enlightening conversation, today.
Guat-Lian Kreamer
03:02:44
Where can I order the food box?
Jocelyn Brownhall
03:02:55
All - Thank you so much for joining FAO and our panelists today. I am afraid I have another call at 3pm with an HBCU so I will need to sign off.
Tomie Peterson
03:05:01
View the abundance of Native American products by visiting IAC’s producer directory - https://www.indianagfoods.org/producers. Reach out to Tomie or I if you are seeking specific products.
Latashia Redhouse
03:05:41
The Native Food Connection Food box is currently out of stock, however we can help you identify producers or product you are interested in. Or you can visit the link Tomie shared to find Native ag and food businesses to support.
Christine Bruno
03:05:57
It fills our hearts to spend this time with like minded Indigenous food caretakers and knowledge keepers.
Guat-Lian Kreamer
03:06:19
This has been an amazing event! Thank you for organizing this!
Megan Kaun
03:06:36
This has been balm for my torn soul, thank you so much <3 <3
Kathryn Fairbanks
03:07:19
Miigwetch All!
Leslie Ryan
03:08:26
Thank you all - this has been enlightening and inspiring!
Megan Kaun
03:09:24
Will this video be available to share with people (e.g. *everyone* I know? ;) ?
Max Caruso
03:09:33
What a great gathering today. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to the success
Alexandria Richter
03:10:20
Speaking now is Yon Fernandez-de-Larrinoa who is the Chief of the FAO Indigenous Peoples’ Unit. He joined FAO in 1998 and has worked mainly in Latin America and Asia, coordinating work in the Tsunami, Avian Influenza, Peru Earthquake and Haiti Earthquake operations. He co-founded the Pastoralists knowledge hub in FAO and started the FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit in 2014. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Mara Welton
03:11:46
Thank you to all of the organizers and speakers - this was the best part of my day!
Mikaila Way
03:14:01
Book: https://www.fao.org/indigenous-peoples/new-book/en/
Alexandria Richter
03:15:36
View producers certified for use of the ‘Made/Produced by American Indians’ trademark on the IAC website: https://www.indianagfoods.org/producersThank you to Tomie for sharing links to the products. Contents of the box:Corn Meal: https://bowandarrowbrand.com/Wheat Berries: https://www.ramonafarms.com/Maple Syrup: https://www.facebook.com/ZiibiFarm/Chokecherry Syrup: https://redlakenationfoods.com/Midnight Tea: https://sakarifarms.com/Beef: https://www.quapawcattlecompanystore.com/Canned Salmon: https://www.quinaultpride.online/
Sylvia Rains Dennis
03:18:15
Soooo important! & land/water concerns re traditional agricultural lands and biodiverse native habitats
Harriet Kuhnlein
03:19:15
This has been an excellent program from start to finish. Thank you all very, very, much for the information and inspiration!
Valerie Nuvayestewa
03:19:52
Right on, no wasting food!!!!
Ken Sandusky
03:20:21
A meaningful focus and understanding of closing the loop with animal and human wastes will be necessary to address the unsustainable production system with which we are currently saddled.
Valerie Nuvayestewa
03:20:25
Food waste is Kahopi, meaning not good.
Anna Mulè
03:20:45
thank you for the soulful program - so powerful to hear from you all. <3
Alexandria Richter
03:21:06
Speaking now is Jessica Vega Ortega who is a young indigenous woman from the Mixteco people, originally from the indigenous community, San Miguel Ahuehutitlán, Oaxaca. She is studying for her Bachelor of Political Science and Public Administration at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She has been an intern and consultant in the FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit. Full bio: https://bit.ly/Oct14Bios
Sylvia Rains Dennis
03:26:49
insightful, interconnected perspectives!
Valerie Nuvayestewa
03:28:18
Owii askwali, thankyou everyone who participated and shared their knowledge!
Alexandria Richter
03:28:25
Thank you so much for joining everyone! Don’t forget to share your box and your recipes on social media using the hashtags #HonoringNativeFoods #CoProducersUnite #IndigenousPeoplesDay #WorldFoodDay
Dawn E. LeBeau
03:28:31
Thank you
Will Edwards
03:28:32
Thank you!