Jun 3, 2022
Linda Black Elk is an ethnobotanist and food sovereignty activist who specializes in teaching about culturally important plants and their uses as food, medicine, and materials. Linda currently serves as the Food Sovereignty Coordinator at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota. She spends her free time with her husband and three sons, who are all citizens of the Oceti Sakowin.
Linda and Jiling discuss the magic of native prairies, the little that remains, and what we can do about it. Learn about Linda’s inspiring food sovereignty work with indigenous youth, and how to cultivate rich long-term reciprocal relationships with our plant and human relatives. Understand how pipelines and other extractive industries negatively impact plant nations. Walk the land with a greater appreciation for the food and medicine underfoot and all around.
Visit Linda Black Elk at:
Facebook @LindaBlackElk (Direct message Linda on Facebook to support her family’s “Food Kits for Elders” project, their work to fight food and medicine shortages in their communities with indigenous foods.)
Jiling Lin is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac), herbalist, and
yoga teacher in Ventura, CA. She helps athletes, artists and
visionaries thrive with transformative acupuncture & herb
treatments and innovative classes & retreats. Visit Jiling
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Indigenous Food Lab
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