Caitlin Krenn has been working for the Nisqually Community Garden since 2009. She has been honored to learn and grow alongside her amazing coworkers and colleagues at the Nisqually Tribe. She was born and raised in Southeastern Wisconsin and moved to Washington in 2003. Her first experience gardening was in her grandmother’s rose and vegetable garden, and as an adult she has worked at small-scale organic farms in Washington and Wisconsin. She also studied sustainable agriculture at The Evergreen State College and worked to secure affordable land and housing for farmers during her tenure at South of the Sound Community Farm Land Trust. Caitlin believes that restoring relationships with the food we eat is fundamental to our collective liberation.