The Lower Phalen Creek Project (LPCP) invites you to an exciting morning of plant medicine teachings from the Očeti šakowiŋ! The webinar is offered in recognition that lots of community members are in need of support for health and well-being. LPCP asked a couple of its favorite knowledge keepers to share their wisdom about the power and medicine of our plant relatives!
The webinar will start at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 9. It will go until noon. Join the Zoom Meeting here. Meeting ID: 878 1079 9378
The knowledge keepers who will be speaking are:
- Nicky Buck, Anpetu Wiohiyanpata win, Prairie Island Bdewakantuwan Dakota
- Linda Black Elk, Catawba, is an ethnobotanist and the Director of Food Sovereignty Programs at United Tribes Technical College
- Waycee His Holy Horse, Sicangu Lakota Nation
- HolyElk Lafferty is a MniCoujou/Oglala Lakota