One–Pot Sesame Noodles 8 ounces whole-wheat pasta (spaghetti or linguine shape)4 cups water3 baby bok choy, sliced1 bell pepper, sliced2 carrots, cut into coins1 yellow onion, sliced4 cloves of garlic, minced1 tbsp fresh ginger, grated3 tbsp sesame oil1/4 cup low...
More than a century after its first use, the traditional Regalia worn by one of NHBP’s Tribal Members, Joe Pamptopee-bën, has been fully refurbished and restored to its original beauty and given a special place within the archives of NHBP history. A grandnephew of...
To gather is “to bring together and take in from scattered places or sources.” This year, Potawatomi Nations gathered for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic hosted by the Hannahville Indian Community at their Reservation and the Island Casino Hotel and Resort in the Upper Peninsula.
After a long period of social isolation due to COVID-19, NHBP Tribal youth are once again participating in the international empowerment program Girls on the Run.
Citizen Band Potawatomi Shishibéni Returns to the Homeland as Guest Student and Guest of NHBP Family
He is troweling through, centimeter by centimeter, searching, looking, examining the ground for any artifact that may reveal historical context about those who came before us—hour after hour, day by day.
“If you’re not ready, don’t waste your time,” advises NHBP Tribal Member Shontell Murkerson, 42, who was more than ready in the fall of 2021 to get healthy.
Street Corn Pasta Salad 6 ears of corn, cooked with corn kernels removed8 ounces whole-wheat pasta, cooked1 jalapeno, thinly sliced1/2 red onion, finely diced1/2 bunch fresh cilantro, roughly chopped1/2 cup cotija cheeseDressing1/3 cup olive oil mayonnaise 2 tbsp...
This past weekend, NHBP Tribal Council Secretary Nancy Smit spoke to Battle Creek area history buffs about the Tribe’s history. On a lovely Saturday afternoon, 20 to 25 curious minds sat in the Battle Creek Regional History Museum’s presentation room to listen to Smit share the story of NHBP.
While only expecting about 40 respondents to the “At Home Container Gardening Project” survey, Keith instead received responses from nearly 120 households in April 2022, all expressing their interest in growing their own food in their backyards, decks or apartments. This project was funded through the three-year-funded Food Sovereignty grant, which concludes in September 2022
American flags and golf balls were flying throughout the course on June 4 for the annual Chief Moguago Veterans Golf Outing. Players were relieved to see another year that COVID-19 did not interrupt their festivities at Binder Park Golf Course. The skill level and scores were not measured amongst the civilians and Vets. The primary goal that day was to be a part of something bigger than a round of golf: to support and bring aid to those who served our country.