Spring term 2005, Diana L. Peterson completed her thesis, entitled “Three Sisters Gardening: Rejuvenating a Traditional Food System with the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.” Dr. Laurel Phoenix, a faculty associate of the Center, served as Peterson’s major professor. This case study of ten community gardeners who raised a traditional Three Sisters garden for two growing seasons analyzes the sustainability of individual traditional community gardens. She concludes that this part of the Tsyunhehkw^ program, focusing on rejuvenating and preserving traditional agricultural practices, has been helpful in that regard.