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Thursday, Sep 22, 2022 6:30 PM
This timely documentary follows five Native American communities as they restore their traditional land management practices in the face of a changing climate.
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Presented in partnership with Iowa City Climate Action and Climate Fest

A Community Collaborations event presented by GreenState Credit Union

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Red Earth Gardens is an organic farm committed to growing food in a way that was taught to us by our ancestors. Nourishing Earth while supporting the community through environmentally-sustainable practices.

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"A movie about a return to wisdom to help the Earth thrive."Linda Cook, Our Quad Cities

"In a time of global warming, raging fires, and rampant storms, this thought-provoking program turns for answers to the people who have been keepers of the earth for thousands of years ..."—Candace Smith, Booklist Online

This timely documentary follows five Native American communities as they restore their traditional land management practices in the face of a changing climate. For millennia Native Americans successfully stewarded and shaped their landscapes, but centuries of colonization have disrupted their ability to maintain these processes. From deserts, coastlines, forests, mountains, and prairies, Native communities across the US are restoring their ancient relationships with the land. The five stories include sustaining traditions of Hopi dryland farming in Arizona; restoring buffalo to the Blackfeet reservation in Montana; maintaining sustainable forestry on the Menominee reservation in Wisconsin; reviving native food forests in Hawaii; and returning prescribed fire to the landscape by the Karuk Tribe of California. As the climate crisis escalates, these time-tested practices of North America's original inhabitants are becoming increasingly essential in a rapidly changing world.

Series Info
Series:Community Collaborations
Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Runtime:76 minutes
Director:Costa Boutsikaris
Anna Palmer
Year Released:2021
Production Country:USA