(The Diversity Imperative) – In episode 8, we’re joined by Dr. Sarah Carter, Professor and Henry Marshall Tory Chair in the Department of History and Classics, and Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta.

We discuss Sarah’s book Lost Harvests; Prairie Indian Reserve Farmers and Government Policy, where she provides an in-depth study of government policy the response of First Nations people to those policies, and the socio-economic condition of the reserve communities on the prairies after treaties were signed.

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A must read/listen for all prairie people and agriculturalists alike.

We also welcomed back Dr. Melissa Arcand, Assistant Professor and Soil Biogeochemist from the University of Saskatchewan. What a treat to have her back for this conversation!