Katsi Cook – Restoring Indigenous Herbalism and Midwifery

Katsi Cook is a traditional Mohawk healer, midwife, and environmental health researcher working to restore midwifery and herbalism in indigenous communities. She has extensively documented effects of toxic pollutants on the Iroquois Six Nations tribes.

This speech was presented at the 1999 Bioneers National Conference.

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