I am a senior International Studies major with a focus in Health and Environment. I also minor in Fine Arts. I identify as a diasporic indigenous person from San Francisco and all of my work is about indigenous/city kid environmental politics. I work at the Haverfarm as part of this work. For me, the farm has first and foremost been a place to heal by sitting, thinking, weeding, planting and watching something grow and nurturing it throughout its lifecycle. Much of the things I am healing from are things that this land needs healing from as well. Colonialism and capitalism has brought me to this plot of land 2,000+ miles from my home, 5,000+ miles from my homelands, to Haverford, Pennsylvania. It has also created The Haverfarm. Our plot, our headhouse, our school, PA, Delaware, New Jersey, and Southern New York all sit on stolen Lenape land. Everyday I work at the farm, I commit to nurturing a reciprocal relationship to the native land, people, plants, and creatures of this region and try to pay this knowledge forward to those who visit the farm. Lastly, I want to recognize my ancestors for grounding me in my agricultural and medicinal practice. I thank them, Arturo, Doria, Isabel, Agapito, Sarita, Leticia, for bringing me to a place like Haverfarm. Through their support, I do this work of rebuilding ancestral and future relationships to the environment.