Throughout the year, CRYP offers Native Food Sovereignty workshops and classes that are open to members of the general public.
- Traditional “Three Sisters” gardening
- Natural/pesticide-free gardening
- Community gardens and food sovereignty
- Rainwater harvesting, drip irrigation methods and xeriscaping
- Hoop house gardening
- Canning and food preservation techniques
- Traditional/local plants and ingredients
- Healthy cooking methods and alternatives
- Indigenous cooking and recipes
EXPLORE NATIVE FOOD SOVEREIGNTY
Winyan Toka Win Garden
Fostering a sense of connectedness has always been the primary goal of the Winyan Toka Win Garden. Decades ago, Iyonne Garreau (mother to Julie Garreau, CRYP’s executive director) developed the original vision for a community garden, which would fulfill elders’ desires for traditional foods and reacquaint Lakota children with the earth. Learn more about the Winyan Toka Win Garden.
The Winyan Toka Win Garden provides more than food items for meals and gifts. It offers hands-on learning opportunities to young children and teens, serving as an outdoor classroom for The Main’s Garden Club and Cokata Wiconi’s Native Food Sovereignty Teen Internship. Learn more about our Outdoor Classroom.
Workshops & Classes
Throughout the year, CRYP offers Native Food Sovereignty workshops and classes that are open to members of the general public. Learn more about the Workshops and Classes we offer.