Sharon Freemont sits on a stool in the evening, weeding the garden. Sometimes her three grandchildren join her.
The garden is surrounded by high grass, and beyond that, fields, shaded in the evening by a lone tree.
“It’s nice in the evening, I sit, relax and meditate,” Sharon said. “We sit and look at what we’ve done, it’s something we did all by ourselves.”
The family has a small garden at their home three miles outside of Walthill, Neb., on the Omaha Reservation.