What You're Supporting
Our future goals for this 47 acre site are to: create an agro-ecological teaching oasis for our Lakota people to come to and experience a better way of life. We believe by partnering with SDSU’s project, we can, working cooperatively:
To build a walipini, a high tunnel, Root Cellar and outdoor garden to provide fresh food.
To provide food preservation classes such canning, drying
Teaching them traditional plants & herbs.
To sustainably build in a way that respects and honors the ways of our ancestors.
To offer Healthy Nutrition Classes that teach what each vegetable, fruit and protein does for our mind, heart, body.
To offer Traditional Foods.
To Farm for sustainability: We currently have chickens, roosters and horses.
Building a shop to teach mechanical skill sets to youth.
Creating an Indigenous Men’s Oyate (traditional society) site.
Creating an Indigenous Women’s Oyate (traditional society) site.
Composting (with worms) Project.
Establishing a long term Recycling Project.
Establishing Solar & Wind Energy projects
Building an Outdoor Amphitheater.
Building Housing for Volunteers.
Learning how to identify and protect the medicines and the water.
Becoming conscience of our responsibility to the environment and our ancestors.
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Support All Nations Gathering Center
All Nations Gathering Center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax-ID: 81-4143350. If you need additional information, please contact us.