18 Dec Cameron Green
Cameron lives in a small, rural community in North Central Washington, where she owns and operates an organic farm and food business with her partner, Eric. Cameron has been growing food and nourishing her community for most of the past fifteen years. She and her husband added a value-added food component to their farm in 2017, and have a line of handcrafted sauerkrauts, live sodas, nut and seed crackers, and much more that they offer in retail stores and local farmer’s markets. Cameron has been practicing Ancestral Skills since 2003, when she attended her first primitive skills gathering. Cameron and Eric participated in an intensive skills program in 2004 learning a variety of skills such as traditional brain-tan buckskin, fire-craft, basket weaving, felting, whole animal processing, wild-crafting foods, and much more. Cameron and Eric began the original Saskatoon Circle Traditional Skills Gathering in the Methow Valley in 2009, and organized that gathering until 2015. Cameron is greatly humbled and honored to be able to share the magic and generosity of the Deer beings teaching Buckskin Bags. She receives a lot of joy in seeing people be able to use their hands and allow their creativity to come forth in a simple way, re-connecting to the skills of all of our ancestors.
Cameron Green will be offering Buckskin Bags.