Tisanteguite Emergency Food Network and our work for food security
We hope you have a really blessed day. We would like to inform you that our gardens are closed to the public at this time. We look forward to meeting you there again soon. We are still working and growing food and medicinal plants for all to share. This is a time for prayer and love for all families. We must understand the way that Mother Earth is talking so we can understand her language.
Esperamos que tengas un día realmente bendecido. Nos gustaría informarle que nuestros jardines están cerrados al público en este momento. Esperamos verlos pronto nuevamente. Todavía estamos trabajando y cultivando alimentos y plantas medicinales para que compartir con la comunida. Este es un momento de oración y amor para todas las familias. Debemos entender la forma en que habla la Madre Tierra para entender que podamos entender su pensamiento.
Indigenous Permaculture is a grassroots organization. We envision that diverse communities we work with will become self-sustainable by reclaiming and promoting their own traditional practices and values.
We are a non-profit organization rooted in an indigenous cosmovision that seeks to promote community development through traditional approaches in education, art, integral health, and traditional agriculture. We are committed to supporting the development of the diverse communities we work with, both in the United States and Central America.
Is to support and empower communities to become their own protagonists in developing self-sustainable ways of living.
We share traditional farming practices and apply environmentally and culturally-appropriate technology, with the ultimate goal of community food security, and do this work in an affordable way that builds capacity within the community. We provide holistic support to design and implement community food security projects, inspired by indigenous peoples' understanding of how to live in place.
Centro Experimental de Agricultura Traditional Indigena /
Center for Traditional Indigenous Agriculture
We are looking for 3 acres donation to establish a training center for new urban farmers to respond to climate change and hunger by practicing and using indigenous and traditional methods and appropriate technology. All Bay Area location will be considered. Our training center will serve low income communities as well as all who are interested in learning and making positive change.
The training center will be linked with our urban agriculture projects in the East Bay. Please send email to
The people, the grandfathers and grandmothers and I, we are one.