Dr. Reinhardt and Tina Moses will present on Indigenous food research they have conducted in Michigan, with a focus on the Decolonizing Diet Project that investigated the relationship between humans and Indigenous foods of the Great Lakes Region from 2010-2014 as an academic initiative of the Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies. Second in a three-part lecture series called "Ethnobotany for Gardeners: Summer Speaker Series at The Strawbale @ Campus Farm." The event is organized by an interdisciplinary group of graduate students through the Dow Sustainability Fellows Program in collaboration with U-M Campus Farm. The culmination of the series will be an edible perennial landscape design for The Strawbale @ Campus Farm, the University’s newly-constructed off-grid natural building. Refreshments will be provided. Events are free, but registration is required to attend. Visit https://tinyurl.com/yykv9qnr to reserve your space at one or more lectures.
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