The Three Sisters project is a publication that folds out into a poster about indigenous food knowledge. The publication consists of information about traditional Indigenous agricultural methods and the nutritional aspects of three staple crops that were grown together in a symbiotic way—Beans, Squash, and Maize. Food sovereignty is a central issue in decolonial movements amongst many indigenous tribes in the US. This publication was made in support of making this knowledge accessible to indigenous communities starting their own community gardens using traditional methods. The publication uses colors found from a rich variety of beans, squash, and maize that are indigenous to the Americas.