Native American Sustainable Agriculture Speaker Series Webinar: Darren Ranco

March 30, 2012 - Author: Darren Ranco

The 2012 Native American Sustainable Agriculture Speaker Series, coordinated by the MSU Native American Institute in partnership with CRFS, and the MSU Department of Philosophy and sponsored by a Michigan North Central SARE grant; features three Native American leaders in food sovereignty and sustainability discussing their successes, issues, and the vital importance of food and natural resources to indigenous peoples' health, preservation of culture, and protection of the earth. This webinar, "Sustainability Science in Protecting Maine fron=m the Emerald Ash Borer: Wabanaki Basket Makers and Research Partnership," was presented by Darren Ranco.

Native American Sustainable Agriculture Speaker Series Webinar: Darren Ranco

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