Ghost suppers & Native American food ways

wild rice harvest
Credit George Stringham, USACE

This episode of With Good Reason explores the tradition of Ghost Suppers, held throughout the fall season, when tribes in the Great Lakes region gather to honor ancestors and loved ones with traditional and favorite dishes.  The program also explores the importance of teaching young people how to harvest and eat foods that once sustained their tribal elders. 

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