NDPonics is expanding its Eena-Ahtay (Mother-Father) Project by creating a safe space for indigenous women, other women of color, and members of indigenous and marginalized communities of Virginia and North Carolina to gather together and exchange traditional ecological knowledge, farming techniques, culture and language, and cuisine. The project is also remediating forested land, creating wild grass and pollinator flat meadows, and developing food producing riparian areas around a designated eastern brook trout stream.

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