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Container garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Family garden at the Cox Edition.

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Family garden at the Cox Edition.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Rototilling garden spots at the Cox Edition.

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Rototilling garden spots at the Cox Edition.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Delivering seed to homeowners in the Cox Edition

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The garden of the College of the Muscogee Nation. We helped provide some of the seed and it will be used to provide food for Elderlies.

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Doug Sharp family garden in Okemah

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Muscogee Creek Nation Environmental Water Conference

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Dr. Bohannan's medicine wheel garden at Bacone. He asked us for advice on plants to use.

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Leon Watson digging wild onions for a traditional dinner.

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Creek Nation's first Farmer's Market 

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Some of the seeds provided to the Child Development Centers 

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Presenting Ms. Barbara O'Neal from Creek Nation Child Development Centers with books and seeds for all 7 Creek Nation Child Development Center gardens. Food grown from these seeds can possibly be used to feed the children.

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 All Indian Livestock in January for USDA Farmers and Ranchers outreach.

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Written by mfsiadmin   
Thursday, 21 July 2016 10:24
 
 
Project Updates
 

A free workshop for farmers, ranchers and veterans will be held Thursday, December 15 from 9-4 in Okmulgee, OK. on the campus of the College of the Muscogee Nation 2170 Raven Circle Highway 56, Okmulgee, Okla., Student Center, room 107.

Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative, USDA and Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reality Department will be conducting a workshop for Farmers and Ranchers and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers at the College of the Muscogee Nation. 

 

We encourage any one interested in farming, ranching or those interested in Native restricted land issues to attend. Various departments from USDA will be on hand to discuss programs that help farmers and ranchers with their needs and the Muscogee Nation Reality will discuss were to go for help with accessing Restricted lands.  

 

 

For  more information & reservations, please contact the MFSI office at 918.756.5915, Marilyn Kelley at 918.508.0196, or J. Marshall at 918.758.6961

 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2016 08:33
 
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