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Hi-Line Living: Intro to Food Sovereignty

 

Havre Daily News/Jake Shane

An Intro to Food Sovereignty class brings something different and fairly unique to Stone Child College on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation.

The class is more than a class. It is more than an economic initiative that gives credits toward a student's degree.

Bob Quinn, Ph.D., has headed the new class and said the point of the instruction is to create food all the way from seed through processed product on the reservation, for the reservation, using kamut, a wheat developed from the khorasan wheat grain recovered from a pharaoh tomb in Egypt.

"This year, we're planting 20 acres of this ancie...



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