Date(s) - January 20, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
During times of great change and uncertainty, reflecting on how people have adapted to and thrived in the past can help us look to the future. Indigenous people have lived in the Pacific Northwest since time immemorial.
Through elder-led conversations, this workshop will encourage participants to learn from traditional gatherers about Columbia Plateau culture, systems of knowledge, and practices; explore the connections between ourselves, our foods, and other species; gain greater understanding of traditional land stewardship; and more. Presented by Lee Bourgeau, Stefanie Krantz, and Andrea Whiteplume.
To get more information and to register go to oregonhumanities.org