Spring has sprung, and with it comes the beginning of fresh fruit and vegetables for our community.
Cabbage Planted in Hay Bales Allows Gardeners to Grow Food and Healthy Soil as the Hay Turns to Compost
Twelve families are participating in our gardening classes, learning everything from planting and caring for their crop to financial literacy and marketing their produce.
Gardening Student Learn to Create Soil Blocks
We are happy to announce that our hoop house is complete and is already being put to good use! A special 'thank you' to Lakota Circle, a non-profit out of Chicago, Illinois for their generous donation of supplies and skilled labor.
Our Gardener, Doug Pourier, Conditions Hay Bales to Use as Planters in Our New Hoop House
Our goal is to bring fresh, healthy, and affordable produce to our community.
This year our farmer’s market will include fresh produce, jellies, jams, dried meats, lotions and salves; salsas, and starter tomato plants to take home to your own gardens. Locals and visitors can stop by our farmer’s market starting in early July.
Starter Tomato Plants to Be Sold to Our Local Community. They are planted in Hand Made Grow Bags Stitched by Our Elder Workers, Olivia One Horn and Carol Blue Bird.
For more details, like us on Facebook at "Medicine Root Farmer's Market" or "Oyate Teca Project" or tune in to KILI radio.