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New Ottawa farm offers host of activities including Tagwàgi festival

The Mādahòkì Farm sits on about 65 hectares of traditional Algonquin land in what is known as the city of Ottawa’s Greenbelt area in the west end.

Mādahòkì is the Algonquin word for “share the land”

Indigenous Experiences began leasing the land earlier this month.

The organization’s executive director says the project is all about connecting to the land.

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A New Indigenous Experiences Attraction in Ottawa – MĀDAHÒKÌ FARM

Indigenous Experiences, the producers of the annual Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival and an award-winning attraction at the Canadian Museum of History, along with the National Capital Commission, are proud to announce a new tourism experience in the Greenbelt that builds on the growing interest in agritourism, farm-to-table culinary experiences and authentic cultural experiences from an Indigenous perspective

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