Audrey Logan shares some teachings about seed stewardship and unlearning harmful foodways.

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In this episode, Steph sits down (virtually) with Audrey Logan, a Nehiyaw/Metis Knowledge Keeper currently living in Treaty 1 Territory. They founded the Klinic Teaching Garden, a regenerative community garden rooted in Indigenous permaculture principles at 545 Broadway in Winnipeg. They also run Dehydration Nations, a grassroots initiative which hopes to empower individuals and communities to harness the traditional method of food dehydration and pair it with nation-to-nation trade as a way of promoting food sovereignty in Treaty 1 territory and beyond. They talked about building a thriving Indigenous permaculture garden from an empty lot, climate adaptation, stewarding rare heritage seeds, traditional perspectives on cross-pollination, a lifetime of urban foraging, and so much more. 

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      • Check out Dehydration Nations - a project pairing skill-building around food dehydration with nation-to-nation trade. You can also connect directly with the Dehydration Nations community via their facebook group

        Learn more about Audrey and their permaculture garden at 545 Broadway in Winnipeg in this Winnipeg Free Press profile