Wild Garden: Farm Camp

We will plant based on the First Nations Traditon:

The foundational crops of tribal agriculture were commonly referred to as the Three Sisters: maize (corn), climbing beans and squash.  These crops had a symbiotic relationship during the growing process. The maize provides a structure for the beans to climb. The beans provide nitrogen to the soil for the others.  The squash leaves act as a living mulch, acting to preventing the growth of weeds and retaining moisture in the soil.  The prickly hairs of the squash vines deterred pests.  To read more please visit:

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