Good post, Linda. Miigwetch. Gitigaan is our relational word – Ojibwemowin. I’m one of the ones that kinda liked the term “Victory Garden,” for it’s own merits – claiming goals, new aspirations of the growing season, heirloom learnings, dreams & ya, for all those. I didn’t think of colonialism, per say, as I view gardening as a revolutionary act. I hear ya, tho’. Good thing, “Gitigaan” breaks through those colonial barriers, if one can take the time to sow just one seed. It becomes love.
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Victory Gardens have the same incentive as the tradition that goes back through many generations. The common goal is to be more green and sustainable. I applaud the movement and feel thrilled to see an article in the NY Times during such a time. An awakening and a reminder of the wisdom that resides in ancient tradition. To build a garden that can nourish our loved ones and community is a true victory, a nourishing success against all odds. To build a garden is to be connected to the life cycle of nature and the Great Mystery.