Soil School’s keynote speaker session is April 15th!
Judy Bluehorse Skelton from Portland State University will share her decades of insight into Traditional Ecological and Cultural Knowledge. She’s spent 25 years conducting activities focused on traditional and contemporary uses of native plants for food, medicine, ceremony, and healthy lifeways. She’ll explore how these practices can be applied to help us unlock the potential for collaboration between universities, governments, and tribal communities. Don’t miss this critical conversation on the interconnectedness of climate change, environmental justice, and community health!
Register here 👉 https://tualatinswcd.org/event/soil-school-2021/