Round Table Speaker
Indigenous Women in Agriculture
Terrylynn “Será:sera” Brant, a Mohawk of Six Nations, is a retired educator and lifelong traditional Seedkeeper. She spends her time gardening, beekeeping, breeding corn, rematriating Haudenosaunee seeds and revitalizing indigenous agricultural ways. She speaks internationally about indigenous climate smart agriculture and food security and writes the column “In My Longhouse Basket.” She authored the book “Culturally Appropriate Aboriginal Education.” Será:sera is building an Earthship (a sustainable earth friendly building) at her public gardens to be used as a Haudenonsaunee Sustainable Skills Centre. All are welcome to come and share as we revitalize our responsibility to live in harmony with Mother Earth. Her group Mohawk Seedkeepers is local to Brantford, Ontario. Contact: www.seedkeeper.ca.