Our Sisters

Our Sisters
Karen Fryberg, Marie Zackuse, and Judy Gobin, members of the Tulalip Tribes, stand in rows of "Our Sisters" tulips at Tulip Valley Farms.
Violence is one of the top leading causes of death of Indigenous women and persons; in the Seattle area, it is the third leading cause of death. Many of these cases go unsolved, further injuring those families and communities. The proceeds from sales of Our Sisters tulip will go to the Seattle-based organization Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women, People, and Families; as well as the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center. 
The Our Sister tulip is a vibrant red with black interior, reminiscent of the MMIWP movement symbol of the red hand. At Tulip Valley Farms, we stand for No More Stolen Sisters.