Calendar of Events2006 Archive
Philip Rutter instructed a 2-day short course on Hazelnut practices and the theory of Woody Agriculture at the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center.
The White Earth Tribal and Community College Extension Program, in conjunction with the Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership and Minnesota Campus Compact, hosted its first annual Wild Foods Summit at the Maplelag Resort. This two-day intensive on identifying, harvesting and preparing wild edible plants was open to all interested in learning about the free and nutritious foods oftentimes found out their back door.
We ran tours all day, starting at 10 AM up to 5 PM. It was a lightly attended field day, as we had not done much publicity, partly because we had very few plants available to sell again this year.