Wisahkotewinowak is our local food sovereignty project
Wisahkotewinowak Gardens grow sustainable, culturally relevant food for the urban Indigenous population of the Waterloo-Wellington Region, as well as, host ceremonies, workshops, plant walks and summer camps to grow and strengthen the community. We practice traditional agriculture methods at all our garden locations, including traditional planting and harvesting ceremonies.
At our produce garden we grow a variety of vegetables for the local Indigenous Community, including tomatoes, peas, carrots, and the Three Sisters/Sustainers (Corn, Beans, Squash).
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Our teaching garden will include signage that states a plant's name in Ojibwe, Mi'chef, and English, as well as, lists traditional uses of the plant. The garden will also host a ceremony space.
We are currently looking for land to move our Tea Garden to! We are looking for a min size of 20x20 (either single plot or two 10x10). If you know of land or have some you'd like us to garden please contact Ashley (email@example.com) to set up a meeting!