LongGreenHouse is hosting Thursday potluck dinners for members of the neighborhood and community interested in the intersection between permaculture and Indigenous culture, and/or how these combine in the Longhouse model practiced by Wassookeag families. Read the rest of this entry »
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On thursday, Jan 24, Wassookeag children and family surprised gkisedtanamoogk with a birthday party.
Earlier in the week, each child engaged gkisedtanamoogk in conversation designed to discover his likes, passions, and preferences. Read the rest of this entry »
Videos of Permacuture workshop Fall 07
VIDEO #1 : Greenhouse, Swales, Wassookeag Children
Overall view of the permaculture workshop
VIDEO #2 : 60s Greenhouse
Raising the greenhouse
VIDEO #1 : 60s Swales
Forming the swales
Catherine Martin, internationally award-winning film maker from Nova Scotia visits LongGreenHouse Nov 7-8 as part of a two-day tribute to Rita Joe, Mi’kmaq poet-laureate.
Betsy Arntzen from the Canadian-American Center joins the Indigenous Media class onsite to discuss Catherine’s films. Read the rest of this entry »
Wassookeag Children visit Abbe Museum with Debbie Bell-Smith, gkisedtanamoogk, and parents. We learned that “life was good here” for Wabanaki people before colonization, and we saw evidence of Wabanaki art, craft, dress, customs as compared to other Native cultures of North America.