The first training session for people enrolled in the third year horticulture and livestock tracks will be held Feb. 1.
Set at the Muscogee Creek nation Housing Division in Okmulgee, the session will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
According to Ric Denney with the Mvskoke Food Sovereignty Initiative, the first and final workshops will be held in Okmulgee.
"Kerr Center specialists in Poteau will conduct their training that will be broadcast to Okmulgee so participants will receive the Kerr staff's expertise in agricultural economics, horticulture, and natural resource management," he said.
The trainings will be balanced between classroom education, field demonstrations, and hands-on activities. "This program is designed primarily for those with little or no experience," Denney said.  
Coffee, refreshments, and lunch will be provided.  
Anyone wishing more information should contact J. Marshall at 918-752-6139 or R. Denney at 918-756-5915.