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Learn to create traditional Haudenosaunee dishes such as corn mush & corn bread using Flint corn gown in the Nogojiwanong area through the Flint Corn Community Project.Find out more »
Mead Making. Learn how to make your own honey wine using 100% local ingredients in this exciting workshop!Find out more »
Join us for a by donation community meal featuring campus grown foods followed by a climate change activities. Hosted by: Seasoned Spoon Cafe, Trent Vegetable Gardens, Kawartha World Issues CentreFind out more »
Canning is a great way of preserving your produce so that you can enjoy it's fresh and local taste all season long. Canning 101 is a great way for those new to canning and would like to learn more.Find out more »
Join us for an evening of Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabe foods from local Indigenous growers. Dinner will include a three-sisters soup, Haudenosaunee corn bread, a wild rice and wild game entree, strawberries and bannock, strawberry drink and cedar tea. Dinner will be followed by a 45 minute film called "The Gift", and also a short film about our Flint Corn Community Project that has been happening in Nogojiwanong over the last two years. There will also be a silent auction boasting…Find out more »