Date(s) - Tue, Jun 21, 2022
3:30 pm-6:00 pm

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Seed Song Farm


Wooskee is a Native American word to describe the young of any species.
Seed Song Farm with the support of Neetopk Keetopk and The Center for Algonquin Studies, invites you to participate in Wooskee. Our new program featuring special guests of all ages from our local Indigenous and allies partners, where we focus on passing down lifeways traditions, skills & stories to participants as all Indigenous cultures have for centuries.
On June 21st we will create the 3 sisters garden & celebrate the Solstice.
Many Native American tribes planted the 3 sisters- Corn, Bean & Squash together, which growing symbiotically deter weeds and pests, enrich the soil, and support each other. The vegetable trio sustained the Native Americans both physically and spiritually.
A Solstice Ceremony will be led by Rev. Nickolas Miles/ Tecumseh Red Cloud from NeetopKeetopk group.
~Wooskee open to all ages ~
age 5 and up – drop of option or w/adult
age 0-5 with a caregiver
Families Welcomed
$10-$30-$50 sliding scale fee
Native Americans FREE
Volunteers welcomed
To REGISTER, sign up here
Please make a note on your
Please note on registration if a child will be dropped off or with a caregiver
Interested in volunteering? or have questions ?
Please email Ewelina at camp@seedsongfarm.org