Partners & Supporters
We are proud to partner with and support the following organizations.
Tewa Women United
Located in the ancestral Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico, Tewa Women United is a multicultural and multiracial organization founded and led by Native women.
The name “Tewa Women United” comes from the Tewa words wi don gi mu which can be translated as “we are one” in mind, heart, and in the spirit of love for all. Learn more about our vision, mission, and history here.
Community Learning Network
The Community Learning Network is a collaborative of passionate, caring community members who want to support a better future for our world. The Community Learning Network is a grassroots 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization born out of this communal intention and global need. We are a web of real-people in real-places who work together to provide transformational real-life learning opportunities that inspire responsible, respectful, relational living. We are committed to your well-being and the well-being of our community, our families, and our future generations. Our Love Where We Live initiative includes Southwest Experiential Education (S.E.E.), New Mexico Youth Ambassadors (www.nmyouthambassadors.com) , and New Mexico Career Profiles. We also facilitate a number of special projects including LISTO (The Language Institute for Sustainability and Transformative Education to provide TESOL certification through educational travel and immersion for teachers), TDK Learning Community and Hoghan Dialogues in TeseDa’Kaan, Dinetah (Navajo Nation) , and Teen Interfaith Dialogues and educational immersion, and more…We also launched New Mexico TechWorks to expand Tech access and education and increase Tech enterprise and employment in our region. To learn more visit www.nmtechworks.com
Centro de Desarollo Humano Hacia la Communidad AC. (CEDEHC), Cuernavaca, Mexico
Our Board President, Emigdio Ballon, works with the healers at CEDEHC, and has made a wonderful connection between them and Four Bridges. We hope to organize some healing events this year at our Educational Farm. For more information in Spanish visit;
Traditional Native American Farmers’ Association (TNAFA)
The Traditional Native American Farmer’s Association (TNAFA) was formed to address the loss of agriculture in Native communities. Since 1992, they’ve provided workshops in seed saving, health, wellness and best farming practices to revitalize traditional agriculture for spiritual and human need.
To find out more, visit their website at www.tnafa.org.
International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
Mission Statement: We represent a global alliance of prayer, education and healing for our Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, all the children, and for the next seven generations to come. We are deeply concerned with the unprecedented destruction of our Mother Earth and the destruction of indigenous ways of life. We believe the teachings of our ancestors will light our way through an uncertain future. We look to further our vision through the realization of projects that protect our diverse cultures: lands, medicines, language and ceremonial ways of prayer and through projects that educate and nurture our children. www.grandmotherscouncil.org
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers recently sent a letter of support for our annual conference. (Click here) to read a copy of the letter.