Tesuque Pueblo starts food sovereignty conference

Tesuque Pueblo in New Mexico is hosting a Food and Seed Sovereignty on October 12-13.

The conference is part of the tribe's effort to create sustainable agriculture. The tribe has started a community field with the goal of providing enough food to feed all 600 members by 2008.

The tribe is being assisted by a local company called Seeds of Change, which was founded by a Native farmer from Bolivia.

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TASTE: Feeding a pueblo (The Santa Fe New Mexican 10/2)

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Seeds of Change - http://www.seedsofchange.com

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