Regenerate the Traditions * Regenerate the Land * Regenerate the People
We are continuing detailed plans to collaborate with Bali on donated land. This is a sensitive processs we do not take lightly. Bali's naturally regenerative culture can easily host our project to enhance a supportive model for health and regenerative education in indigenous medicine and holistic wellness.
Through our associate in the Gurunsi people's community movement towards regenerative culture, we will support their current project, ONE BUURI, establishing ecological harmony, diversity and preservation of indigenous medicine in a regenerative dynamic ecological example that's been successful. https://joanabrown.art/category/one-buuri/
We have collaborations with communities and lands in Colombia. In the north in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and in the south in Nariño. We are planning how to spread our seed saving and indigenous medicine preserving programs. There is a lot of enthusiasm with our new collaborations there.
Kitzia's Seed saving missions and community enhancement projects for sustainable agriculture really affected and supported Ecuado's small community of Vilcabamba. Sharing seeds for food and medicine, as well as the seeds of ancient healing systems are being supported by our extended networks and proposed outreach programs. We hope that we can be supportive to the indigenous communities here around Vilcabamba who are progressive in preserving traditional wisdom of the Saraguro people, and those organizations that assist them.
Buena Fortuna, Kitzia's child project and now one of the world's top seed saving missions, is helping us to establish more seed saving projects in a regenerative ecological model. We are supporting Kitzia and her work as she leads Phalamritam Institute into action based planning that she has already proven effective with many cultures and lands already.