We continue to be Love-Warriors and fight for protecting all our relations: the land, our tribes, clans, bands, community, ancestors, family and our feathered, shelled, furry, scaled and micro-organism relatives. We believe the relationship with all life is sacred.
Take turtle steps with us in growing towards food-sovereignty. We need this change for environmental justice, social justice, climate justice, racial justice, economic justice, and to form equity, everything is connected. Change needs to happen and all of us can come together to help make it happen.
Your contribution will enable us to restore our land, teach ecology, fund community gardens and grow medicinal plants to form indigenous wellness.
We are very grateful for your generosity.
What's your heritage? What area are you in, do you have a front yard to offer community garden space? Do you not have access to a gardening area and you want to find sharing space?
We are trying to organize ways of sharing here on Coast Salish & Duwamish territory (Seattle, Washington). We want to hear your needs. Please let us know if we have your permission to post publicly on socthe community can see who's asking for what and we can show clearly the needs for change towards food-sovereignty.
The first living beings of the land who speak the language of the land and who listens to the needs of the land to be in a very balanced relationship. The protectors of the land and all sacred life.
Relative of the land. From the land. Natural way of life and lands relationship.
The name of this land the first people call our home. What some call U.S.A or America.
The understanding of relationship to plants and what some call "animals" as our relatives and family. Listening to their needs to how they connect to the world around them and the deep ecology, mycelium and life beneath them.
The birth right for everyone to have food to survive and thrive.
We are not just what we eat but the energy from what the beings are holding during their life, we carry that forward with us.
All sacred living beings, humans, and what some may call plants, animals, and bugs, but we call them family and relatives. They are who we learn from and form deep relationships with. All forms of deeper microorganisms that eyes can't see but we know life of ecology connects us to the natural wellness of life. We listen to their needs before taking action to find out how we can protect all of our family. We speak of all our relations and this includes our ancestors being within us.
The name colonizers gave the *first people* of the land when treaties started to be signed. We all know they were not followed...