Wisconsin Intertribal Seed Stewardship Initiative
The Wisconsin Intertribal Seed Stewardship cohort program is for those interested in learning to steward seed varieties and be a resource for others in your community. Please sign up here to participate in the 9 month cohort program for developing seed stewardship leaders. The sessions will follow the growing season and guide you through planning, planting, pollinating, harvesting, storing and record keeping. We will also incorporate lessons on growing by the moon cycles, assessing seed sovereignty and seed systems in your community, maintaining good seed through mindful seed stewardship, and indigenous plant breeding and selection. We will facilitate monthly recorded call/video conferences, outside readings and videos, an interactive online classroom space, and 2 in-person workshops during the growing season. This Initiative is a collaboration between The Indigenous Seedkeepers Network, The Intertribal Agriculture Council, The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Where do you currently live (to help with scheduling in-person workshops)? *
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What is your email? *
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What crop/s would you like to grow seed of during the program next summer?
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Do you have access to land and/or equipment for growing next summer? (not necessary for program, we are just gathering information to better assist designing the course)
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What is your experience gardening, growing crops, growing seed etc?
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What do you hope to get out of these workshop sessions?
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What skills or knowledge would you like to contribute?
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We will have a call each month for 1 hour. We will do our best to schedule our meeting at a time that works for the most people each month. Please fill out this link for the days and times that would work best for you for our first meeting in February. We will plan to meet the last Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of each month, so this poll can be used to indicate when you are generally available. Thanks! http://whenisgood.net/nazzb5s
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