First Nation Growers Inc. (FNG) vision is to empower indigenous communities with an opportunity to grow 4seasons, year- round fresh produce, vegetables, fruit, herbs and traditional medicines that will feed their community members fresh produce and natural foods from within their own communities, We believe in enhancing the daily nutrition and well-being in general of Canada’s indigenous communities and their members, while improving social development and creating jobs. All-season Community Gardens will provide affordable, natural, nutritionally rich, fresh food streams for 7 Generations to follow while being designed to meet indigenous family incomes.
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Amiskwaciy History Series May 25th Ed Lavallee
Edward Lavallee is a traditional Plains Nehiyaw (Cree) from Treaty 6, Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan. He has been a dancer at Pow Wows for over forty years. Ed has studied Aboriginal history, spirituality and philosophy with Elders. Presently he volunteers as an Aboriginal Advisor and Elder in Edmonton and sits on many boards of
Ed Lavallee will be presenting on the topic of Pow-wow Celebration and its Dances!
May 25th, 2017
Edmonton Public Library
Whitemud Crossing Branch, Theatre,
4211 – 106 Street
6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
Free presentation with bannock provided
A Tribe Called Red Pow Wow Drum