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2018 Conference



PAID PANEL

Saturday Day Pass Required


Original Peoples' Wisdom

Food and Plant Medicine


Saturday, February 10      7:00 pm - 8:45 pm   

Room: Permaculture Plaza



     We'll explore Native or Original Peoples' knowledge of the plants, animals and the land they have observed for so many thousands of years.  We'll explore a deeper more respectful connection with all life.


     This panel will remember the wisdom of Native People and how they relate to the earth's resources focusing on the original plants and animals native to that region.  Time to nurture and heal and feel our connection to this Earth as human beings.


Moderator: Rehmmania Dean Thomas

                                          Olivia Chumacero


Michael White Horse Teacher of Native History,  Musician, Artist, Sage, and Ceremonial Guide

Michael's tribal affilliation is the Gabrieleno Tongva, San Gabriel Band of Mission

Indians, with ancestral roots from the Southern Paiute and Shoshone people of the Mojave. 


Michael is a professional multi-medium artist with works showing in galleries and museums, and active historic commissioned works in progress.  He has played his flutes at pow wows and ceremonies throughout California, Washington, Oregon, and the South West. White Horse teaches Tongva history and oversees excavations when it involves his Native Ancestors. He also plays at memorials and ceremonies when called upon.. He is a multi-instrumentalist with an new album of his compositions coming soon.  He also expresses his creative talents as graphic designer and screen printer, owning and operating the company.  

 


Steven Newcomb (Shawnee-Lenape) has carried on a global campaign since 1992 with Birgil Kills Straight, a Traditional Headman and Elder of the Oglala Lakota Nation, challenging imperial Vatican documents from the fifteenth century. Those documents resulted in the decimation of Original Nations and Peoples of Mother Earth and thereby deprived the planet of life-ways, sustainable ecosystems, and Sacred Teachings.