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FOOD AND HERITAGE
Food is meant to be exchanged and shared. Anthropologist Margaret Mead famously wrote about how food is for gifting. What Mead meant by this is that food provides us with something more symbolic than simply nutrition though that’s certainly important. Food is meant to be exchanged and shared with family and friends. Food is also a way to preserve cultural heritage. Food provides an important link to our cultural heritage. Food also has been used in less positive ways. For example, during periods of colonialism in Africa and other parts of the world, colonizers used food as a way to erase local cultures and incorporate local peoples into European systems of domination. Join and explore with Executive Chef Mark Crawford
Food Heritage | The FOOD Museum: Food News/Foodways/Food History/Food Sites HTTPS://YOUTU.BE/BRKKQH13JJ4
Overview |Agroecology Knowledge Hub | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (fao.org)
Journaling is a daily ritual of writing or keeping a journal about a particular subject or topic. Memory skills are maintained, stress is relieved, coordination is improved, and valuable memories are preserved. All of the necessary materials are provided.
GENEALOGY TRACING YOUR FAMILY TREE
It is more than simply a list of names and dates when you are tracing your family tree; it's a means to learn more about your background and history. Every ancestor has a story to tell his or her [their] descendants about himself or herself. Or change the sentence to - All ancestors have stories to tell their descendants. Adventures, difficulties, hardships, and joys influenced both that ancestor and later generations. The ability to remember one's ancestors is innate and significant. Whether they recognized it or not, the ancestor's life path would form the cornerstone of each descendant's identity. We would love for you to Tell Your Story at the end of this Ten-Week