In the spirit of Hózhó and K'é, please help revitalize our Dine' land.
When you donate to the Hozho Center, you are helping to revitalize 1,733 acres of traditional homeland to the Diné which was lost as a result of the Treaty of 1868. By donating to this cultural and spiritual dream, you are becoming physically and spiritually connected to our Diné community at the heart and soul level.
MAKE AN IMPACT.
Envisioning Indigenous Futurisms
"Land Back needs to happen so all other aspects of Indigenous livelihood can return with it. Land Back means nourishing our relationship to all things on the land, but it would also mean getting back in touch with our languages and our traditional familial and governing systems, and creating a better relationship with healing and medicine."
Briarpatch, September/October 2020 issue.
The focus of the Hozho Center’s “Landback Campaign” is to revive an agropastoral community based upon Dine' traditional practices and contemporary regenerative practices.
What's the Plan?
Secure the Land: (COMPLETED) 1,733 areas including the Borrego Pass Trading Post.
Site design: (In progress) We’ are working with Indigenous and culturally informed architects, engineers, and staff to find the best design for the land and community.
Build the infrastructure for the gardens, animals, and people. (In progress)
Build the infrastructure for the Healing Center and Ceremonial Center. (in progress)
Programing: (in progress
Note: We will provide opportunities for volunteers to help our staff build the center.