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Do you want to learn what’s been grown by the Southwest Tribes for centuries?

Do you want to learn how to keep the Native American heirloom seeds year after year?

 

 

Register for a series of free workshops throughout the growing season.

You will receive the seeds and

all you need to know about growing your own traditional food.

 

 

Session 1 - Tomatoes, Chiles, Amaranth and Tobacco

 

4:30-6:00pm at:

@ Vocational Rehab/CHR in White Mesa on Tuesday March 22rd 

@Enviornmental Programs in Towaoc on Wednesdy March 23th

 

Session 2 in May, Session 3 in August, Session 4 in September to follow

 

Limited to 10 participants at each community

You must be able to install a garden plot protected from animals at home.

 

Call Tomo at 564-5431 or email tnatori@utemountain.org to register!

March 9, 2010
About Ute Mountain Ute Environmental Programs Department

The Ute Mountain Ute Environmental Programs Department is responsible for administering public health and environmental protection programs on the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal lands. The mission of this department is to improve the quality of life for all Tribal Members. The Environmental Programs Department has developed several programs to address environmental health concerns on the Reservation.

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By Tomoe Natori