Abenaki Land Link Harvest Celebration

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Abenaki crops

The Harvest Festival is the culmination of this season's Abenaki Land Link Project, in which folks around the state of Vermont volunteer to grow crops from traditionally saved Abenaki seeds. The crops are then used in the Abenaki Helping Abenaki food program, which supports food security for the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe.

Come join on Saturday, September 24th, from 11am - 3 pm at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps, located at 1949 E. Main St., Richmond, VT 05477. The celebration will include corn and bean processing, tasting of Abenaki crops, live demonstrations, and tours of the farm.

This event is sponsored and hosted by NOFA-VT, VYCC, and Abenaki Helping Abenaki.

Free, but registration required!

Location
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps, 1949 E. Main St., Richmond, VT 05477
Cost
Free, registration required
Start Date
End Date
Contact Name
Lauren Chapman, VYCC
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