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Ask a Ranger: The Three Sisters Garden Project with Ranger Jack

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Ask a Ranger: The Three Sisters Garden Project with Ranger Jack

 

 
 

The Three Sisters Garden at Historic Yates Mill County Park. Photo by J. Singley.

 

Ranger Jack Singley and a young helper pose in front of the Three Sisters Garden at Historic Yates Mill County Park. Photo by J. Singley.

 

Ranger Jack Singley and a young helper work on the Three Sisters Garden at Historic Yates Mill County Park. Photo by J. Singley.

Photos of the Three Sisters garden at Historic Yates Mill County Park.
Photos by J. Singley

 

Video of "Zander the zucchini" and the Three Sisters garden
Courtesy of the Historic Yates Mill County Park Facebook page

 

 

Please note: The original interview was done last year. Since the interview, we have educated ourselves on the preferred terminology of "indigenous people" rather than the terms "Native American" or "American Indian."

 

About the Ask a Ranger Podcast

Ranger Crystal and Ranger Jess host the North Carolina State Parks Ask a Ranger Podcast series. Their guest this episode is Jack Singley, a Wake County park ranger at the Historic Yates Mill County Park.

Email them at askaranger@ncparks.gov.

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