Native American youth program applications are live!

Application deadline is May 12!

These youth programs are open to all Native American youth in the Twin Cities:  Cora's Kids, Garden Warriors 1, and Garden Warriors 2

Dream of Wild Health is an intertribal organization that promotes health in the Native community by expanding knowledge of and access to healthy indigenous foods and medicines. Programs and Feasts take place at our 10 acre organic farm in Hugo, MN. Friday programs will focus on urban gardening projects, special events and the Four Sisters Market.

Native Youth will be empowered in their own individual cultural identities; Respecting earth, water, pollinators, elders, each other and themselves. Bringing back the traditional ways of being good relatives.

They will learn…

  • Seed saving, healthy and traditional foods knowledge, sustainable agricultural & foraging practices of our ancestors.
  • Food is medicine that nourishes our mind, body and spirit. Plant sacred and traditional medicines.
  • Food sovereignty, and food justice.
  • Confidence and leadership skills at farmers markets, berry camp and for Roots for the Home Team.
  • Fun, physical activities and games (archery, double ball, swimming, gardening & yoga).
  • Life skills and knowledge to advocate for healthy community changes.

Click the applications above or visit the Wild Health website for more information or for paper copies of the applications.

Application deadline is May 12!


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