The Great Laws of Nature: Indigenous Organic Agriculture

The Great Laws of Nature: Indigenous Organic Agriculture

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John Ahni Schertow
January 7, 2012
 

The narration woven throughout the documentary is a Cree story of creation. It’s a fitting backdrop for this show that features the people of Muskoday First Nation in Saskatchewan and their effort to sustain their community by turning to the traditional Aboriginal practice of organic farming and by creating the Muskoday Organic Growers Co-operative.

The Great Laws of Nature was directed by Noah Erenberg and co-produced by Les Productions Rivard and Media RendezVous. It is a part of One With Nature, a television series on APTN that profiles existing environmental initiatives and explores the issues currently affecting Indigenous communities.

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