In this Thanksgiving “decolonizing our dinner” story, meet the sustainer of Indigenous cultures for centuries and one of the original examples of regenerative farming, The Three Sisters. The Three Sisters (corn, squash, and beans) planted or eaten together create an ideal environment for success, and hold a strong spiritual and cultural connection to the history of Indigenous people. Many Native American legends have been woven around the "Three Sisters" - sisters who would never be apart from one another - sisters who should be planted together, eaten together, and celebrated together. 

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