"A hymn of love to the world." -ELIZABETH GILBERT, AUTHOR OF EAT, PRAY, LOVE.
Intro Preface Planting Sweetgrass Skywoman Falling The Council of Pecans The Gift of Strawberries An Offering Asters and Goldenrod Learning the Grammar of Animacy Tending Sweetgrass Maple Sugar Moon Witch Hazel A Mother's Work The Consolation of Water Lilies Allegiance to Gratitude Picking Sweetgrass Epiphany in the Beans The Three Sisters Wisgaak Gokpenagen: A Black Ash Basket Mishkos Kenomagwen: The Teachings of Grass Maple Nation: A Citizenship Guide The Honorable Harvest Braiding Sweetgrass In the Footsteps of Nanabozho:Becoming Indigenous to Place The Sound of Silverbells Sitting in a Circle Burning Cascade Head Putting Down Roots Umbilicaria: The Belly Button of the World Old-Growth Children Witness to the Rain Burning Sweetgrass Windigo Footprints The Sacred and the Superfund People of Corn, People of Light Collateral Damage Shkitagen: People of the Seventh Fire Defeating Windigo Epilogue: Returning the Gift A Note on the Treatment of Plant Names A Note on the Treatment of Indigenous Language A Note on Indigenous Stories Sources Acknowledgments.
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Print version: Kimmerer, Robin Braiding Sweetgrass