Come learn about ancient farming techniques and why they are so important today.
Michael Kotutwa Johnson practices traditional Hopi dryland farming and co-authored "Hopi People of the Land: Sustainable Agriculture on the Hopi Reservation." His talk will explore issues of sustainability and climate change. Michael and many of his fellow farmers look at "conservation from the point of view of caring for a relative and not from a scientific point of view of conserving a natural resource."
Program included with admission to the museum. Discounted admission begins every Friday from 4 - 8 p.m. Must show valid Southern Arizona ID. Free validated parking available in the Main Gate garage.