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Harmony celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day!

Updated: Oct 6, 2023

Harmony Co-op is working to support Indigenous nations, communities & cultures in

ways beyond signage. We offer local products from Native American-owned and

operated businesses, such as Red Lake Nation Foods & Red Lake Nation Fishery.

Red Lake Nation Foods

is a Native American owned company that is dedicated to producing unique specialty products.

Their products are produced in small batches, using wild fruits & berries, gathered by hand, by members of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Minnesota.

“We are always looking, cooking and trying new things with all of our products in an effort to make each dining experience unique with traditional flare.”

Red Lake Nation Fishery

is owned and operated by the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe. They use Their knowledge of the Red Lakes to your advantage. Their fish products are wild caught by tribal fishermen, who use the wisdom from their elders to harvest in a sustainable manner. They understand the benefits of natural foods, and include that value into the preparation of they fillets, each one done by hand.

Harmony co-op recognizes that Bemidji sits within Ojibwe territory. The Ojibwe language Project works alongside greater community endeavors to revitalize and maintain the Ojibwe language for future generations of Ojibwe people as well as raise awareness of language loss and revitalization efforts.

Take a virtual tour of Harmony's Ojibwe signage with Naagaanwewidang

In order to continue supporting the work of Ojibwe language revitalization in our region, Harmony will deepen our own engagement with the language by introducing Ojibwe sentences about the food, land, and water upon which we all depend.

Three Sister Soup Recipe

The "Three Sisters" in indigenous cuisine refers to corn, squash, and beans, traditionally grown together to capitalize on each plant's strengths and needs. This delicious soup comes together in minutes to warm and satisfy from the inside out!

Wild Rice Pancakes with

Apple Topping Recipe

Get that local flavor while enhancing your breakfast with this recipe using pancake mix & maple syrup from Red Lake Nation Foods! As a Native American Owned Company they are dedicated to producing unique specialty products representing their cultural heritage for the benefit of over 9600 Red Lake members

Another way you can celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day is with the

Co-op Explorers Activities that we created last November for National Native Heritage Month! Click Here

Join us as we celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day October 9th with a special one day sale, instore prizes & MORE!

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