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Fri, Jun 09


7 Lakes Alliance

Edible Landscapes Roundtable

Time & Location

Jun 09, 2023, 10:30 AM

7 Lakes Alliance, 137 Main St, Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918, USA

About The Event

Please join Maine Woods Forever's next roundtable, “Edible Landscapes: Integrating Traditional Indigenous Ethos for Sustainable Foraging, While Giving Back Through Restorative Ecology That Improves Food Abundance for All” next Friday, June 9th, at 11 a.m. This is a hybrid presentation, with both in person and Zoom options. Registration links below. 

Schedule for the day is as follows:

10:30 am - Brief introductions about you/your organization

11:00 am - Noon: “Edible Landscapes-Integrating Indigenous Ethos for Sustainable Foraging”

Noon - 1 pm: Lunch and time for everyone who are on site to network and enjoy the day!

The roundtable will be held at the Headquarters of the 7 Lakes Alliance at 137 Main Street in Belgrade Lakes, Maine for those who can attend in person. For anyone who can’t but would like to link in, this will also be hosted as a webinar.

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Please register for the event via the link, but if you are coming in person (remember lunch is provided too!!) then please drop a note to Tom Mullin at so he can get an accurate head count for the lunch.  Be sure to note any dietary restrictions too.

Since the fall of 2021, Blue Hill Heritage Trust has been collaborating with Ann Pollard-Ranco  and Kathy Pollard to create and enhance edible permaculture in places on Blue Hill Heritage Trust land. This is for the benefit of both wildlife and people. The goal is to create shared spaces, as well as food, which will foster cross-cultural dialog between communities on the Blue Hill peninsula and Wabanaki communities for whom the peninsula is traditional homeland. In addition to establishing ecology and cross-cultural spaces, the goal of this project is to plant a set of values in the land that see that humans have a role to play in creating beauty, abundance, and biodiversity in the world – that this is probably their highest purpose in these days of climate change and ecological instability.

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