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Our garden programs in pictures! From Running Strong for American Indian Youth®

For years, we've supported organic gardens and food to provide nutritious fruits and vegetables to poverty stricken, remote parts of Indian Country. Here's a behind the scenes view of these efforts.

We hope you enjoy!

To learn more about these programs, please visit here.

Oyate Teca

The Oyate Teca Project sign in South Dakota.
Youth exploring the Oyate Teca garden on a nice sunny day last year.
Rose, Director of the Oyate Teca Project, in the garden with a child.
Planting fresh herbs.
Checking out a fresh tomato!
Oyate's gardens sure are beautiful, aren't they?
Exploring the health of the plants.
Dancing in the garden!
Rose exploring the herbs and vegetables.
All smiles at Oyate!

Slim Buttes Agricultural Project

A throwback photo - our history of supporting gardens is a long one.
It's pumpkin time at SBAG!
All smiles in the garden!
A broken tractor. But don't worry, it got fixed!
See. Fixed!!!
Healthy garden vegetables for the children.
Cleaning up the garden.
Laying down soil.
Beautiful teepee at sunset.
Ducks in the garden!

Cheyenne River Youth Project

Installing the drip system.
Garden vegetables harvested all the way back in 2005!
Another beautiful CRYP harvest. This one dates back to 2007.
Learning about soil and planting.
Hard at work clearing the garden.
Children in the Winyan Toka Win Garden.
A big squash from the garden in 2007.
A view of the wonderful CRYP garden in 2009.
The CRYP Hoop House at sunset.

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