A Corn Festival Shares Ancestral Traditions From All First Nations

A team of Harvest of All First Nations, a group focused on Indigenous-led reparations, rematriation & Earth-based Decolonization for the benefit of BIPOC peoples for cultural enrichment and health equity, in collaboration with the Foundation for Leaders Organizing for Water and Sustainability (FLOWS), Dry Lands Agroecology Research, El Centro Amistad, and Food Security Network have organized a whole-day festival to reclaim the ancestral traditions of all first nations people to share the abundance.
KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better spoke with Andrea Yolloteotl about the importance of corn for native Americans and details about the Corn Festival that will take place on October 1st. Starting at 9 am to sundown at the Yellow Barn farm in Longmont.
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