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Native American Permies and seed savers of the Great Lakes.

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Greetings crew! I'm looking for somebody on Permies who's not only into ancient fertilizing, tilling and stuff, but are savvy seed savers as well. I'm concentrating on the Miami, Potawatomi, Peoria or Illinois and Ioway or Ho-Chunk this year in my gardens in Chicago to help folks remember their indigenous past. I'm also looking for somebody to show me the way and how indigenous farming is demonstrated in the Midwest, especially in the Great Lakes. My area is the Calumet region on the shores of southern Lake Michigan where Indiana Dunes National Park is. I love to build more high awareness on ethnobotany this year for the area to feel the ultimate greatness of my area and region. If anybody wants to jump in, be my guest. Let's fire away!
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