Indigenous Gardens Cultivate Healing

By Grace Maria Eberhardt, Andy Stec, and Rosalyn Lapier
YES! Magazine
November 9, 2023

A walk through any college campus in the United States looks more or less the same: a large open quad with a well-manicured lawn, a historic main hall made of brick and covered in ivy, mature deciduous non-native trees, and colorful flower beds framing the periphery.

Those are visual clues that you are in an important place of learning,” says Marilyn Marler, a University of Montana natural areas specialist. “This is the standard way that American universities look.”

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