March 7, 14-21, and 28, 2020
Northeastern State University’s Center for Tribal Studies is conducting a “Restoring and Reclaiming Indigenous Agriculture” project. The project will combine mainstream permaculture design curriculum with indigenous knowledge and practice. The goal is to provide aspiring and amateur American Indian farmers training in permaculture design, with an emphasis on traditional/Indigenous practices. There is an application process for being selected as there are a limited number of spots available for the training. For the selected participants, there will be an eight-day intensive residential training that will take place at Camp Sevenstar on Lake Tenkiller (March 14-21), with two additional training days on NSU’s Tahlequah campus (March 7 and March 28).