Elizabeth Hoover

This project was initially motivated  through working with the  Mohawk farming and gardening organization Kanenhi:io Ionkwaienthon:hakie (We Are Planting Good Seeds), a collective of farmers, educators, food activists and youth working to educate and motivate the community of Akwesasne to grow good food. Conducts interviews and visits gardens, attends Native food conferences, and Native chef events.

This project was initially motivated  through working with the  Mohawk farming and gardening organization Kanenhi:io Ionkwaienthon:hakie (We Are Planting Good Seeds), a collective of farmers, educators, food activists and youth working to educate and motivate the community of Akwesasne to grow good food. Conducts interviews and visits gardens, attends Native food conferences, and Native chef events. Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Brown University, and a member of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance (NAFSA), and the Slow Food Turtle Island association.      https://gardenwarriorsgoodseeds.com/