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Native Harvest for a Modern World

Sunday, 25 November 2012 13:24 By Staff, Making Contact | Audio Interview

For centuries, the Taos Pueblo people in New Mexico lived entirely off their land.  Sustainable agriculture was a way of life, but U.S. federal policies helped put an end to that. Food wasn’t grown at the pueblos; it was trucked in. Traditional farming gave way to government subsidies and obesity rates soared. But recently, a surprising agricultural renaissance has taken root across the pueblos. On this edition, Making Contact’s Rita Daniels takes us to the Taos Pueblo in New Mexico to share a story of rebirth and renewal.

This program was partially funded by the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, the Mitchell Kapor Foundation, and the Seed Fund at the Rudolf Steiner Foundation.

Contributing Producer/Reporter: Rita Daniels

Featuring:

Leonard Archuleta, Taos Pueblo Farmer and Red Willow Co-operative Member; Shirley Trujillo, Red Willow Farmers Market Manager; Joel Glanzberg, Native American Permaculture Teacher; Deryl Lujan, Taos Pueblo Rancher; Shawn Duran, Red Willow Education Center Director; Ezra Bales, Pueblo Day School Wellness Coordinator; Hillary Duran, University of New Mexico at Taos Student and Red Willow Education Center Intern.

For More Information:

California Food and Justice Coalition
Food First (Institute for Food and Development Policy
Red Willow Education Center
Taos Pueblo Day School

Added Value & Herbal Solutions

Heritage Radio Network
Indigenous Permaculture Program
Native Recipe for Health
Yes Magazine Food Issue
Red Willow Farmers Market
Shirley Trujillo, Farm & Market Manager
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Music:

Courtship Song by Robert Mirabal
Flute Song by Robert Mirabal
The Dance by Robert Mirabal w/rare tribal Mob
Ee-you-oo by Robert Mirabal

Articles, Blogs, Films, Reports, Other

Grassroots International – Funding Global Movement for Social Change
“Food for Thought and Action: A Food Sovereignty Curriculum”

 

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Native Harvest for a Modern World

Sunday, 25 November 2012 13:24 By Staff, Making Contact | Audio Interview

For centuries, the Taos Pueblo people in New Mexico lived entirely off their land.  Sustainable agriculture was a way of life, but U.S. federal policies helped put an end to that. Food wasn’t grown at the pueblos; it was trucked in. Traditional farming gave way to government subsidies and obesity rates soared. But recently, a surprising agricultural renaissance has taken root across the pueblos. On this edition, Making Contact’s Rita Daniels takes us to the Taos Pueblo in New Mexico to share a story of rebirth and renewal.

This program was partially funded by the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, the Mitchell Kapor Foundation, and the Seed Fund at the Rudolf Steiner Foundation.

Contributing Producer/Reporter: Rita Daniels

Featuring:

Leonard Archuleta, Taos Pueblo Farmer and Red Willow Co-operative Member; Shirley Trujillo, Red Willow Farmers Market Manager; Joel Glanzberg, Native American Permaculture Teacher; Deryl Lujan, Taos Pueblo Rancher; Shawn Duran, Red Willow Education Center Director; Ezra Bales, Pueblo Day School Wellness Coordinator; Hillary Duran, University of New Mexico at Taos Student and Red Willow Education Center Intern.

For More Information:

California Food and Justice Coalition
Food First (Institute for Food and Development Policy
Red Willow Education Center
Taos Pueblo Day School

Added Value & Herbal Solutions

Heritage Radio Network
Indigenous Permaculture Program
Native Recipe for Health
Yes Magazine Food Issue
Red Willow Farmers Market
Shirley Trujillo, Farm & Market Manager
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Music:

Courtship Song by Robert Mirabal
Flute Song by Robert Mirabal
The Dance by Robert Mirabal w/rare tribal Mob
Ee-you-oo by Robert Mirabal

Articles, Blogs, Films, Reports, Other

Grassroots International – Funding Global Movement for Social Change
“Food for Thought and Action: A Food Sovereignty Curriculum”

 

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Related Stories

Farm Workers Need Drastic ChangeFarming Under Occupation
By Anna Lekas Miller, Triple Crisis | Op-Ed
Farming the Urban Sea
By Brendan Smith, Zan Romanoff , SpeakOut | Report

Hide Comments

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