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Traditional Foods Resource Guide

by Keep It Sacred National Native Network | 31-Aug-2016

Traditional Native cultures believe that this food is not only for nutrition but it is a way of life. This resource guide is offered to support increased interest and knowledge of Traditional Foods to support the health, well-being, and prosperity of Alaska Native and American Indian People.

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Supporting Youth Gardens with Master Gardener Volunteers

by University of Wisconsin-Extension; Community Groundworks; Wisconsin Partnership Program | 31-Aug-2016

As youth gardens continue to gain widespread popularity, the need for knowledgeable, community-minded volunteers is also on the rise. This publication provides Extension educators and school garden coordinators with tips for creating mutually beneficial relationships between Master Garden Volunteers and school gardens, so that both come away asking for more!

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