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Title: SNAG Feast Day at the School Farm
When: 28.04.2013 10:00 - 18:00
Description: Please Join Seventh Native American Generation (SNAG), ECOSF, and Honor the Earth as we bring you the SNAG FEAST DAY: An indigenous perspective on growing and harvesting, and a celebration of food. This special event features a free community feast, workshops, and hands on learning opportunities in the
garden. We are blessed to have two amazing presenters:

Sage La Pena will be leading a workshop on traditional harvesting and
medicinal plants. She is a Clinical Herbalist, ethnobotanist, lecturer,
teacher, and gardener specializing in both Native American and Western
herbal traditions. From the age of 7, Sage has been working with local
medicine people from her tribe, the Northern Wintu (California), and other
neighboring tribes. Sage maintains a strong connection with her tribe
through continued participation in ceremonial and cultural activities. She
has been teaching “Ethnobotany of California native plants” for over twenty
years, and leads plant walks throughout the state. Sage was a Community
Health Representative (CHR )for two years after her clinical internship
with Sonoma County Indian Health. As a CHR, sage assisted clients with
diabetes care, nutritional counseling and doctor patient translation. Sage
is actively involved in watershed management projects for the Hopland Band
of Pomo Indians as well.

Rulan Tangen will be leading a water of wellness workshop as a way of
bringing movement and related arts to encourage re-connectedness with sense
of place, nature, ritual, traditional heritage, and stories. She is an
internationally regarded dance artist: choreographer in
film/theater/outdoor and site specific venues; instructor (several movement
forms); lecturer; published writer; dancer/performance artist; actress;
dance company founder - with 3 decades of experience in study of movement
arts, performing, producing, and live performance. Field acknowledgement as
a pioneer of Indigenous contemporary dance movement. Fieldwork in USA,
Canada, Mexico, Brasil and Argentina with Indigenous cultures. Lecturing
and shared panelist experience at various Universities, Art Institutes,
Native Wellness Conferences, and Educational Programs.
Location: the School Farm
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