Hopi Tutkswa Permaculture Institute
We support the Hopi Native American Tutkswa Permaculture Institute as well as other organizations that protect our land and our countries great heritage. Our contributions to the Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Institute https://www.hopitutskwa.org/ a community-based non-profit founded in 2004 and based in the Village of Kykotsmovi which is located in Northern Arizona, USA on the Hopi Reservation. Their mission is to create community-based solutions in order to pass knowledge to the future generations and rebuild culturally sustainable and healthy communities.
In the Hopi language “Hopi Tutskwa” refers to the life ways and knowledge of the land and soil. The origins of Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture stem from a deep commitment to maintain their distinct identity and lifeways as Hopi people in order to pass knowledge to future generations and rebuild sustainable and healthy communities.
Their vision is to strengthen community through the continued intergenerational practices of traditional Hopi farming and gardening, rainwater harvesting and spring restoration, natural building, and orchard-keeping while applying applicable Permaculture principles, methods, and techniques.