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Anishinaabe community garden welcomes winter, provides space for Indigenous students

“Winterizing is just an important part of taking care of a garden traditionally and both in terms of horticultural and agricultural sciences,” Gliniecki said. “The Anishinaabe perspective of it is that the ground and all the creatures in the ground need time to do their magic, which will feed the plants, which also aligns really nicely with modern western science views on how to care for soil and to regenerative soil practices.”