Oneida Husking Bee:
For the Oneida Nation, corn is not just food, it’s culture. The Oneida grew white corn for centuries in New York and replanted it, along with their culture, in Wisconsin in the 1820s. And every fall, the Oneida harvest their traditional white flint corn for sustenance and to remember their tradition.
Vickie Cornelius and Kyle Wisneski work with the Oneida Community Integrated Food Systems project. WPR’s Scott Clark brought us their voices.
Recipe for Hull Corn Soup