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Katsi Cook teaches about healing plants in the Akwesasne Mohawk traditions and is a presenter on Native childbirth. She has been active in the Indigenous Women’s Network and has pursued health and environmental issues. She is the program director of First Environment Project, a Mohawk activist, and a former editor of Akwesasne Notes.
Online resources by or about Katsi Cook:
Berry Plants for Women’s Nutrition and Medicine by Katsi Cook
Author: Paula Giese
Description: From Volume One, No. IV of INDIGENOUS WOMAN; the official publication of the Indigenous Women’s Network, on Paula Giese’s Native Foods website.
Using the Berry Plants for Nutrition and Medicine by Katsi Cook
Author: Indigenous People’s Literature
Description: Essay by Katsi Cook from Glenn Welker’s Indigenous People’s Literature website.
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