Sun, May 24 | Washington College Academy School Of Art

Native Wild Foraging Mentorship Program

Learn Native American methods of wild plant foraging safety, identification, and harvesting techniques used by Native Americans and then teach others! FREE!
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Time & Location

May 24, 2020, 9:40 AM – Oct 19, 2020, 12:00 PM
Washington College Academy School Of Art, 116 Doak Ln, Limestone, TN 37681, USA

About The Event

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ABOUT US

At FireKeepers International our native elders told us that we must teach whoever is willing to learn, the knowledge and skills that have been passed down by our ancestors.  

 

We are committed to preserving and teaching indigenous and modern life skills, traditional holistic healing, feeding the hungry, and helping veterans through their healing processes. Using indigenous farming techniques we promote and establish sustainable, eco-friendly community gardens, or personal gardens. 

 

FireKeepers International facilitates inner restoration; encouraging life and spiritual growth through educational and cultural programs; bridging relationships with The Creator, individuals, creation, nations, and like-minded organizations. 

 

ADDRESS

FireKeepers International
PO Box 10

Mohawk, TN 37810

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