We are now accepting in-person and virtual registrations for the 2021 Food Sovereignty Symposium & Festival. In-person registration is $150 plus an additional $50 for the first day at the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community. Lunches each day and dinner on the second day are included with in-person registration.
Most presentations will be available online for those wishing to attend virtually for a $75 registration fee. Both registration options will include access to watch recordings after the event.
Tashia Hart has a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a focus in Biology from Bemidji State University. Chef Tashia is Anishinaabe from the Red Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. As a Culinary Ethnobotanist for The Sioux Chef team, she is an expert in identifying wild and indigenous plants for culinary usage along with discovering new uses and techniques for the bounty of wild flavors all around us. This background is valuable in her knowledge of foods both in the field and in the kitchen.
Tashia Hart is also the author “Girl Unreserved”, a very intimate coming-of-age narrative told from the perspective of a “mixed-blood” girl from a Chippewa Indian reservation in Northern Minnesota available on Amazon.com HERE.
Thanks for your interest in joining us for the Food Sovereignty Symposium & Festival.
Most of the events are free, with the exception of the meals. Many of the meals are pop-ups at private restaurants and at campus dining halls.
Please let us know you are coming! Tickets are now available.