Both as symbol and through function, the primary intention of our gardens is to assert that no power structure can fully prevent women from ending an unwanted pregnancy. Policies and beliefs about abortion change over time, but women continue to terminate their pregnancies. In todays political climate, and as always, women need knowledge about existing methods and the means to access them. By gathering women to rekindle the bonds that form around fertility, cultivation, and healing, the project contributes to healthier social conditions in which to bear and raise children. Through facilitating the planting and tending of our gardens, we aim to disseminate this lost knowledge of plant-based fertility management as well as modern abortion techniques in locations around the globe.