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In Search of the Dawnland Diet

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Uploaded on Jan 22, 2011

Common Ground Country Fair - Friday, September 24
Kerry Hardy, author of Notes on a Lost Flute

In our era, most of the food eaten in Maine comes from out of state. But it was only a few hundred years ago that everyone here was on the "Hundred-Mile Diet." It is still possible to live and nourish our selves this way and in his talk, Hardy takes both a look backward at what folks ate before Contact, as well as a look forward at how modern Mainers can use this knowledge to move towards food self-sufficiency.

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