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Sweetwaters Chef and Abenaki Community Honor Traditional Foodways 

The Ethan Allan Homestead and the Alnôbaiwi group will host a harvest celebration on Saturday, October 12, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the homestead. ethanallenhomestead.org.

See facebook.com/alnobaiwi for events around the state to celebrate Vermont's first Indigenous Peoples' Day on October 14.

The original print version of this article was headlined "Tribal Treasures | Sweetwaters chef and the Abenaki community honor food and agriculture traditions"

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Melissa Pasanen

Melissa Pasanen

Melissa Pasanen is a food writer for Seven Days. She is an award-winning cookbook author and journalist who has covered food and agriculture in Vermont for 20 years.


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