The Minnesota Goose Garden is the world's largest living sculpture! First envisioned by artist Susan Swerda Foss in 1989, a five-acre farm field in Sandstone, Minnesota became a botanical sculpture garden based on Ojibwe history.
Open to the public from June through October, a mile of groomed paths provide an unique outdoor experience. Over 23 sculptures and 400 hand-collected native flora fill this non-profit creation to honor the Ojibwe culture.
The Minnesota Goose Garden's mission: to preserve and promote education of the flora used by the Ojibwe tribes for food, medicine, utility and ceremony.
Visit minnesotagoosegarden.com for more information or visit the Minnesota Goose Garden Facebook page. ALL donations go toward garden maintenance and creation of new scuptures. Boozhoo!