Native Woman Share
We are council of Inter-Tribal Native Women and Two-Spirit changemakers stewarding 23 acres of Takelma land in Southern Oregon for environmental restoration and food sovereignty. From the garden, we seed, grow and harvest heritage foods such as Native squashes, corns, and grains, and from the land, we are stewarding and gathering wild foods and medicines such as cedar, acorn, and sugar pine nuts. The foods we are able to sell or trade for allow us to share the excess harvest as free food baskets with Tribal, BIPOC, LGBTQ+ in need within our local families and communities. Nativewomanshare's work extends beyond agricultural stewardship and into public education, advocacy for our sacred Oregon land and waters, and the reclamation of our Indigenous cultures along with our strong partnerships across the state.