Traditional Cultural Farming At Jemez Pueblo New Mexico

In Service to Mother Earth

Register by March 17, 2017 for a wonderful experience in service learning at the Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. We will join Roger Fragua and elders on a farm at the Pueblo planting seeds for the coming growing season.  We will be joined by Pueblo youth and community members.

Roger has said, “Farming with nature (the root of organic farming) lies at the hear of practices used by native farmers in the Southwest for millennia.  Traditional cultural farming can teach us a great deal about how to build a resilient and regenerative agriculture.”  

The day of service is part of a three day retreat sponsored by Earth Walks of Santa Fe.  It will include a flute making workshop with Pueblo artist Marlon Magdalena.  Lodging will be at the Bodhi Manda Zen Center in Jemez Springs.

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