A big thank-you and a virtual hug from 3 Generations and the women of the film.
Use traditional food knowledge to cook deliciously wholesome Ojibwe meals for your family.
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Wild rice from the lakes and rivers of Northern Minnesota harvested by tribal members. A portion of the proceeds go to support White Earth Land Recovery Project.
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Use Native food knowledge to cook wholesome meals that honor Ojibwe Spiritual traditions. This basket includes The Native Harvest Cookbook, and the Anishinaabe Traditional Food Pyramid.
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A digital download of the film, traditional fry bread mix, wild rice, and 2 sets of handmade greeting cards from Native Harvest. A portion of the proceeds goes to support White Earth Land Recovery Project.
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Use the "Food Is Medicine" knowledge book, the Ojibwe Cookbook, the Anishinaabe Traditional Food Pyramid, the "Living Our Language" Ojibwe language book, and the Ojibwe Migration Story Gift Cards to carry on the traditions of the Ojibwe People and tell their story in our daily lives.
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Large Earth Basket or Gichi-Aki-Makak contains a handcrafted basket, 8 oz. raspberry fruit spread, 16 oz. hominy, 16 oz. white flint corn, 16 oz. wild rice and 1 pint maple syrup.
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A signed piece of original art by Joyce, an Ojibwe artist and character in the film, 1 small handcrafted birchbark basket,1 jar of sweet maple butter, on tin of sage,lavender and juniper salve, 1 small birchbark canoe and 8 ounces of wild rice , and a digital download of the film. A portion of the proceeds goes to support White Earth Land Recovery Project.
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