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(Virtual) Naturalist Nights: Merging Traditional and Modern Growing Methods for Food Sustainability
January 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Susan Sekaquaptewa will present about her efforts working with the Hopi tribal community on increasing backyard gardens, food processing, and preservation in arid environments. Her teachings are a combination of honoring Hopi food traditions while teaching new methods with the goal of increased self-sustainability. Susan will guide us through creating our own sustainable food systems, both as individuals and as a greater community.
Speaker: Susan Sekaquaptewa, Assistant Agent, Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program – Hopi Tribe. University of Arizona.
This virtual event is free and open to the public; pre-registration using the link above is required to receive virtual links. ACES and Wilderness Workshop plan to live-stream each presentation over Facebook, but strongly encourage pre-registration to ensure participation.
Presentations will be held live over Zoom for the first 100 people to log in – If you log in after, you’ll be directed to the ACES Facebook page to watch on Facebook Live!
This video will be archived with a Spanish translation for free viewing on ACES’ and Wilderness Workshop’s websites and YouTube channels.
Naturalist Nights are a partnership between Wilderness Workshop, the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) and Roaring Fork Audubon.