decolonizing your garden

In March we were overcome by so many seed orders that we even had to shut down for a while in order to get them out to those who ordered them. Based on our experience, I’d say that people are planting right now at ten times the rate they were two years ago. Maybe it’s because of the pandemic. Maybe because society is finally starting to realize that we are better off growing our own food. Maybe it’s just part of a decolonizing process. I think it’s a good sign though. Planting is one way people can get back in touch with Mother Earth and understand the reciprocal relationship we have with plants.

I hope that people will come to know the need of loving the seeds, especially now in a time of global pandemic and uneasiness that we are experiencing from the Earth because of colonial foolishness. We look to the seeds to sustain our future.

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