Oneida Cannery

The Cannery is a food production processing, preservation and educational facility that is open for use to the public. It was established through a grant in the 1970’s to establish a food preservation program to benefit Tribal members and the surrounding community by teaching techniques for processing and preserving traditional foods. The growth of the Cannery‚Äôs services and products led to the establishment of tsyunhehkw^. The Self-Sustenance and Self-Sustainability program remains in practice today. The Cannery has their own agricultural and retail areas for products and additional services. They offer on-site tours and do presentations throughout the Oneida Nation, surrounding communities and outside the state.

The canning operation is open all year long, Monday through Friday for normal business hours.

For more information, please click here to check out the Oneida Cannery website.

Contact information:

Vickie E. Cornelius, Cannery Supervisor
P.O. Box 365
Oneida, WI 54155
vcorneli@oneidanation.org ~ E-mail

Location:
Cannery
N7210 Seminary Road
Oneida, WI 54155,
(920) 869 – 4379, Cannery