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Blog Wild Onions

It’s the time of year when everyone seems to be looking for signs that spring is finally, definitely here. In the Cherokee Nation, one of the first signs spring has arrived is the appearance of the humble wild onion …

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Love Is in the Air

Although chocolate, flowers and diamonds may have become part of modern-day courtship, it was a bit different for our Cherokee ancestors back in the day.

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It’s Almost Garden Season

Culturally significant plants are important to our tribe for many reasons. In the Cherokee Nation, now is the time to start planning for your own heirloom garden. Here’s why.

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Location, Location, Location

There’s an old saying about buying and selling real estate: location, location, location. The same might be said for choosing filming locations. Here’s why.

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Beyond the Three Sisters

Have you ever considered what your Cherokee grandparents and great-grandparents went through to put food on the table and to preserve it through the winter months?

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New Madrid Earthquakes

It happened this week, 209 years ago. The largest recorded earthquake in American history occurred on Feb. 7, 1812. It’s a mostly forgotten part of

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Time After Time

Osiyo! If you’ve ever heard of “Indian time” but weren’t sure what that means, it’s a reference to a worldview held by many Cherokees that

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What a Year

Osiyo! Like most of you, our OsiyoTV crew is welcoming 2021 with open arms. Looking back over our shoulder at 2020 is a little surreal.

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