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Container garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Progress in the family garden (Cox Edition)

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Family garden at the Cox Edition.

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Family garden at the Cox Edition.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Rototilling garden spots at the Cox Edition.

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Rototilling garden spots at the Cox Edition.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Assessing the needs of our neighbors in the Cox Edition about their home gardens.

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Delivering seed to homeowners in the Cox Edition

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The garden of the College of the Muscogee Nation. We helped provide some of the seed and it will be used to provide food for Elderlies.

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Doug Sharp family garden in Okemah

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Muscogee Creek Nation Environmental Water Conference

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Dr. Bohannan's medicine wheel garden at Bacone. He asked us for advice on plants to use.

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Leon Watson digging wild onions for a traditional dinner.

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Creek Nation's first Farmer's Market 

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Some of the seeds provided to the Child Development Centers 

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Presenting Ms. Barbara O'Neal from Creek Nation Child Development Centers with books and seeds for all 7 Creek Nation Child Development Center gardens. Food grown from these seeds can possibly be used to feed the children.

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 All Indian Livestock in January for USDA Farmers and Ranchers outreach.

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MFSI Updates PDF Print E-mail
Written by mfsiadmin   
Thursday, 21 July 2016 10:24
 
 
 
Please welcome our newest members of our staff
 
 
Marilyn Kelley — Executive Director 
Office phone, 918-756-5915
Cell phone, 918-931-8657
 
 
Susan Doty — Project Coordinnator
Office phone, 918-756-5915
Cell phone, 918-623-7845
 
 
 
Project Updates
 

Growing Together Project

 

Due to the great weather we are having this summer, many of the home owners are having great success with their back yard gardens and are happy with the produce that they have grown with their now hands.

 

MFSI and the residents of the Cox Edition will be holding a class: 

 

“How to Sell at the Farmers Market”

(Not Just Produce!)

 

Thursday, July 28 from 6PM—7PM at the MFSI office

100 E. 7th. St. Okmulgee, Ok.

 

Everyone is invited! Call to reserve your seat: 918.756.5915

 

 

 

Gathering the Gatherers

 

MFSI will be having aTiger Mountain outing Saturday, July 30 at 9AM

Foraging, fishing, a day in the wild. Kids don’t forget to your bug spray.

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 July 2016 08:15
 
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