We develop, initiate and amplify, earth-based leadership, systems of reciprocity, wellness, aligned action and creative, ecologically sound technologies. We collaborate with other nonprofits, cultural bearers and community organizers with similar missions. Much of our work takes place at Hummingbird Sky Island and in the greater Los Angeles area. Hummingbird Sky Island is a 160 acre property in the Stanislaus National Forest that we use as Demonstration and Restoration Site, Creative Commons, and Ceremonial Center to achieve our goals as an organization.
We are currently fundraising for a project in Guatemala. The items below that are a part of our Silent Auction to raise money for the project. Email us at email@example.com to learn more about this project and/or put in a bid for any items below.
Ceremonial Mayan Calendar used by timekeepers around the world $222-$333
From Pueblos in New Mexico $111-144
Quartz Crystal from the Amazons in Brazil $222-$333
Pottery Statue from Teotihuacan, Mexico $111-$222
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A Historical Fiction Story of A Mayan Time Keeper By Jose Ajpu Munoz $13-$25
By Jose Munoz $13-$22
Originating in Hummingbird Sky Island California, the Harmony Trails serve as a physical and metaphorical path, connecting communities across the United States. This unique initiative brings people from all walks of life onto a shared journey, promoting mutual understanding and empathy. As the trails wind their way through different towns and cities, they provide a platform for intergenerational and intercultural exchange. The elders impart their wisdom and experiences to the young, while the children offer fresh perspectives and enthusiasm. This symbiotic relationship nurtures a sense of belonging and interconnectedness, erasing the boundaries that often separate individuals.
We are raising funds for Gandmother of the Sun Clan Hopi people, Michelene Kawanyama, to restore ancient houses in Orayvi Village.
Directed by Tania Cristina
Montahuano Ushigua of the Zapara People
Building 144 Dream Catcher Stations around the globe by 2032
Donations will go towards our projects at Hummingbird Sky Island and the other projects listed below.