Invitation to those interested to bear witness to the Earth in the spirit of the Zen Peacemakers

online eco-study group 
Friday March 8th
4-6 pm (Central European Time)
Direct zoom access:

Meeting-ID: 810 7329 4747

Using the online council circle we will be sharing on the podcast
‘An Interview with Rowen White, an indigeous Seed-Keeper : Reseeding the Food System’,
a remarkable spiritual testimony on seeds and our food system.



Rowen White, indigeous Seed-Keeper

The podcast can be found in this way:
go to:
scroll down a bit to ‘Playlists & Series’,
then click on “Print Volume2: Narrated Stories.
There you’ll find the podcast ‘An Interview with Rowen White : Reseeding the Food System’.

The eco-study group meets once a month online.
You can join at any time. No need to register before hand.

Our website is updated: go and have a look: 



Rowen White is a Seed Keeper and farmer from the Mohawk community of Akwesasne and a passionate activist for indigenous seed and food sovereignty. She is the director and founder of the Sierra Seeds, an innovative organic seed stewardship organization focusing on local seed and education, based in Nevada City CA. Rowen is the current National Project Coordinator and advisor for the Indigenous Seed Keeper Network, which is an initiative of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance, a non-profit organization aimed at leveraging resources to support tribal food sovereignty projects. The mission of the Indigenous Seed Keepers Network is to nourish and assist the growing Seed Sovereignty Movement across Turtle Island. Rowen’s passion is in teaching and mentoring, and has developed many curricula which focus on holistic, indigenous permaculture based approach to seed stewardship which honors the many layers of seed culture; from practical hands-on skills, cultural context and memory with guiding principles that are rooted in an indigenous ecology of relations. She teaches and facilitates creative seed stewardship immersions around the country within tribal and small farming communities, as well as offering an online distance learning seasonal mentorship called Seed Seva. She weaves stories of seeds, food, culture and sacred Earth stewardship on her blog, Seed Songs.