Iroquois White Corn Project Series: Part Two
The following show is the second part of a two-part series focused the Iroquois White Corn Project. This interview features Kim Morf, the director of the Iroquois White Corn Project.
Kim is a Native American from Rochester NY, where her family’s tribe originated. What excited me about interviewing Kim is we get a window into the traditions of her ancestors, particularly because Kim is the manager of the White Corn Project. A project that was created to bring back and share their Native American and heirloom corn which was a staple of her people.
This series is fascinating and inspirational. I hope you enjoy learning about the Iroquois White Corn Project as much as I did.