Rosebud Sioux Tribe Green Re-entry Organic Garden 2011. By Claude Two Elk, Project Manager. Green Re-Entry Organic Garden 2011. Barriers that we overcame Lack of Partnership with Sinte Gleska University to get Knowledge about Organic Farming. Solution
By Claude Two Elk, Project Manager
, “Ina Maka Nikiyapi Okolakiciye” (Help Mother Earth Live Society), and made their own rules:
1) show respect 2) pay attention 3) no foul language 4) help others 5) stay on task.
From Rosebud Building Supply, we purchased gardening tools, and equipment, totaling $1,828.89. Also a tiller from Rosebud Building Supply was purchased for $789.99, to help with our hard soil of mixed black dirt and “gumbo”.
Planted was okra, tomatoes, squash, onions, water melons, jalapenos, bell peppers, keel, corn (decorative), beets (did not grow), pumpkins, cantaloupe, rosemary-dill-herbs, cucumbers, carrots, red potatoes.
Gardening requires lots of water - most of it in the form of perspiration. ~Lou Erickson