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  • CULTURE: Latest crop to spring up in museum garden: Native farmers | American Indian News Service
    for curing in a heated barn just as his family did in the 1930s Others will show how to tie up the plants for air curing Both techniques remove bitterness Tobacco was like money to our people Hall said It was done in ceremony The medicine man was the only one who had the right to use it and the rest of the people weren t puffing and picking and chewing Burlack the procurement officer hopes to bring planting and harvest traditions to the museum where visitors can experience the sacred and celebratory traditions of Native American horticulture Being the first Native Americans to be able to plant at the museum Hall said we made history Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi July 2009 M T W T F S S Sep 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

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  • ENVIRONMENT: Climate change symposium illuminates Native values, approaches | American Indian News Service
    is not a Native community on the continent that didn t build energy efficient homes that kept them fairly comfortable You have 14 000 years of green building and you have 400 years of disaster relief The buffalo is gone There is tar paper in place of the natural product Dams and cheaply built HUD houses It didn t matter that they weren t efficient you could heat them with cheap energy Now the era of cheap energy is over what can you do Tribes have an easier time getting back to that thinking about that kind of adaptation than communities that have never had to think about it Q What indigenous knowledge do you see employed to make a change in this arena Cochran Wind generation in Kotzebue a city in the northwest Arctic area of Alaska produces about 40 percent of their electricity It s only one of a number of sustainable energy projects in Native communities People tend to think of traditional knowledge as a relic and they don t really understand that traditional knowledge is dynamic it is all about knowledge gained and used from one generation to the next We use knowledge not only from the past but also the present to improve upon what we know The knowledge I learned from my mother and grandmother isn t what I taught my children Gough Initially tribes in the Great Plains organized around making sure they could get some benefit from the Missouri River and the dams on it They secured water rights and an allocation of hydropower which they could purchase Later we realized how much electricity you could produce from wind and how much you could save through conservation We want every Indian nation to be energy self sufficient Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born

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  • American Indian News Service | Archive | Recent News
    Washington for President Obama s nuclear security summit Read the rest of this entry Previous Page Next Entries Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi February 2016 M T W T F S S Jan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the earth and sea in this favorite RECIPE Chocolate s indigenous history makes spicy tale Washington Chocolate is

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