The Annual Short Hills Haudenosaunee Deer Harvest will begin soon! The dates of the harvest are: November 3, 4, 17, 18, 29 and 30 Stay tuned for our schedule of reconciliation activities and educational experiences on Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Treaty and Land Rights and Cultural Competency.
The Supporters of Haudenosaunee Right to Hunt will host a series of educational and cross-cultural learning opportunities over the course of the annual Haudenosaunee deer harvest at Short Hills Provincial Park. These workshops align with the work already started through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and express our commitment to the Commission’s calls … More Reconciliation events to be held at Short Hills during the annual deer harvest.
The sumac is ready for harvesting! Here are some delicious recipes for sumac lemonade and tea, and even a delicious sumac seasoning that is dried and serves as a lemon substitute. 5 Sumac Recipes (video)
The Elders say…when the sumacs turn red, it is the start of yet another deer season. The crimson plant turns blood red as a signal from the Creator that this is the appropriate time to begin our most important harvest of the year…deer. Haudenosaunee hunters will once again be returning to Shorthills Park to harvest deer for … More Everything has a Season…and when the Sumacs Turn Red…It’s Time to Harvest Deer.