To create sustainable, healthy, and thriving communities where traditions connected to land and water are protected, preserved, and passed onto future generations.
To develop sustainable community-based and culturally centered events, programs, and initiatives to empower and preserve the traditions and science-based practices of local and indigenous communities, related to land and water.
To revitalize and reconnect the community to acequia culture and tradition in close collaboration with the South Valley Regional Association of Acequias (SVRAA) and the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District.
Our organization will become a community-led and community-based research and learning center in order to protect and preserve traditions and ways of life in our community – specifically those that are connected to land and water. As people connected to ceremony and indigenous philosophies, we understand the sacredness of the land and water. All of our programmatic efforts are in place to provide and cultivate these spaces for the community.