The Hózhó Center is the future home of a model community based upon the Diné (Navajo) philosophy of Hózhó (existing sustainability within the natural environment) and K’é (existing for the benefit of the community).
The Hózhó Center will exist for the benefit of the Diné and those who support living sustainable within community. The mission of the Center is to assist in the revitalization of the Dine’s traditional economy by offering direct and indirect services to the Diné and their supporters.
What We Are Going To Offer
To Make A Difference
The ceremonial center will offer facilities needed to host Diné ceremonies, rituals and practices. The Hózhó center is committed to the spiritual healing of the people. This center will include an herbal garden for traditional healing.
The Hózhó Center will be the permanent home for the Navajo-Churro sheep which is vital to land restoration and the traditional pastoral economy. The Ho’zho’ Center will maintain a nucleus breeding flock in order to save this endangered breed and to restock Dine’ sheep camps.
The museum will focus on the history of the Dine’ and will include artifacts from the Borrego Trading Post.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"
Contact Hózhó Center
The Navajo Sheep Project
P.O. Box 181
Richmond, Utah 84333