We place an acorn* on our seder plate:

To remember this land and how its First Peoples lived before the ravages of colonization. To remind ourselves that those of us who are not Indigenous are guests here, to honor our hosts. To open ourselves to the vastness of the miracles that are already possible in our time, just as the oak is already possible within the acorn. 

*Oaks give their acorns in the fall, the opposite pole of the year. Now, in springtime, the oak's blossoms hint at the acorns to come. If you don't have an acorn, you can use a picture of one this year. Come fall, you can collect acorns for your future seder plates.

haggadah Section: Karpas
Source: Jews on Oholone Land