Cultivating Generations: Community gardening on the Cheyenne River Indian ReservationNov 15th, 1999 | By eraventon | Category: 11-2: Teacher Education, Land Grant
It was a hot, sultry June morning in Eagle Butte, S.D. The spring in western South Dakota had been unusually bountiful with moisture–and weeds that threatened to choke out Eagle Butte’s Community Garden. One volunteer sharpened a hoe, another picked potato bugs off struggling young plants while a third attempted to start an old rotary tiller. And so the morning went—weed suppression, cultivation, and bug picking.
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