Kemāmaceqtaq: We’re All Moving

Here is a Grant Program Summary sheet for your reference:

Kemamaceqtaq Brief Program Summary 1 page FINAL

 

Processing & Preserving Network

*The next Processing & Preserving Network Zoom will be on Thursday, November 21 at 9:00.  We will be discussing processing and preserving Venison with special presenter Jamie Betters! Contact Dawn Doperalski at dawn.doperalski@wisc.edu if you are interested in participating!

*The second of our Processing & Preserving Network meetings was held Thursday, August 22nd.  Our fall focus was on the Harvesting, Processing, and Preserving of Apples.  Jamie Betters of the Oneida Nation shared her knowledge on this topic.  The Network is offered through the Kemāmaceqtaq project and is open to tribes across Wisconsin.  It is an opportunity to learn together and share work that is going on around food. The link to the recording of the meeting is provided if you are interested in learning more!

Here is the link https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/148A7ELzydnsdV8rGU7fKtnUCo3Ui6oOC?usp=sharing

*The third of our Processing & Preserving Network meetings was held Thursday, November 21st.  Our winter focus was on the harvesting, processing, and preserving Venison.  Jamie Betters of the Oneida Nation shared her knowledge on this topic.  The Network is offered through the Kemāmaceqtaq project and is open to tribes across Wisconsin.  It is an opportunity to learn together and share work that is going on around food.  The link to the recording of the meeting is provided, along with the slides and links of interest.

Here is the link to the recording: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KBAGjp5Iwfl5fJnX7X853-RYo4nhptR5

Here is the link to the slides: PPN Third

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