One Dish Project
Kanyen'keha:ka Culture, Language, Indigenous Food Sovereignty, and Land-Based Education
Indigenous food sovereignty and land-based education provides a restorative framework for health, well-being, and community development; a step forward in truly beginning to reconcile past social and environmental injustices in an approach that people of all cultures can relate to.
The Dish With One Spoon Treaty represents something that we work on daily. Our project is based in Kenhtè:ke but is intended to grow into other under-served communities and communicates our goals of sharing, community building, Indigenous food sovereignty, maintaining language and culture, and more. We are in the community, in the school, and creating something beautiful our ancestors can be proud of.
Click here and head to our page dedicated to The One Dish Project, and to learn more about the Dish With One Spoon Treaty .
Support The Project
Here are four ways you can contribute to Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Language, Cultural Land-Based Education, and More:
Kenhte:ke Paranormal Society
Investigating and researching the haunted history of Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory and surrounding area. Stream Indigenous Paranormal on YouTube.
Join us on a Paranormal Investigation Tour and explore the haunted Bay of Quinte Region, with an experience you'll never forget. Ticket sales go to the One Dish Project and BIPOC programming at various tour locations.
Home investigations and other services are available as well by donation.
Two Row Coffee & Tea
Fresh, Locally Roasted, Fair Trade, Certified Organic Coffee & Luxury Loose Tea. All proceeds go to support the operation of the One Dish Project.
Our Roasts come in Eastern Door Espresso, Hiawatha Bold, Tadodaho Medium, Peacemaker Mild, and Jigonsase Decaffeinated. Our tea supply continues to grow, with matcha being added soon.
Products are available at Wavy in Shannonville, ON or at any Paranormal Investigation Tour or Event.
One Dish Project
Fighting food insecurity and climate change while addressing air and water quality through cultural organic farming practices while acknowledging living treaties of trade, community, peace, and respect.
Visit our page to find out more about our initiatives, and how you can contribute directly.
Our project is based in Kenhtè:ke but is intended to grow into other under-served communities.