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Revitalizing a Traditional Seed to Revitalize Osage Culture
Anna Jefferson/Osage Nation
Vann Bighorse, director of the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, is keenly aware that Osage traditions are getting closer to slipping away—permanently...
Organic, Heirloom or Conventional Seeds: Which Ones Should You Choose?
Our ancestors didn't have to decide beteween pesticide-free and regular foods or seeds. They weren't faced with potential ill effects of genetically modified crops...
Cherokee Nation to Disperse Rare, Traditional Seeds
The Cherokee Nation is giving seeds from its limited supply of seed bank inventory to tribal citizens interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops...
An Eastern Band of Cherokee Farmer Fosters ‘Memory Banking’ and Growing of Heirloom Seeds
Ask Kevin Welch what he does, and he’ll tell you he’s a “professional farmer.” But he’s no ordinary farmer...
Cherokees Plant Heirloom Seeds for Spring, Summer Gardens
The winter frost will soon thaw across the country, and for many delighted Cherokees, that means spring gardening season is just around the corner...