Help us grow our Agri-Kidz Program
We teach lifelong skills in traditional agriuclture and sustainable living to youth. We are always in need of supplies, materials, and infrastructure to make this program a success. Better yet, support a child in the program in need of a scholarship by donating to support their education in agriculture.
Support a student interested in traveling to South America with our Service Learning Program.
We are part of a non-profit organization that travels to indigenous communities to help them revive and preserve traditional food, seeds, and agriculture.
South American Bridge Project
To donate to our work in our South America Bridge Project write “South America Bridge” in the comments section of the donate form. Four Bridges is currently offering permaculture and traditional agriculture training in Bolivia, Peru, and Argentina. We plan to expand these services to include Chile, Ecuador, and Columbia as funds allow. We are also developing a Women’s & Children’s Health Campaign in the High Andes of Peru, with our sister organization Ayllus Ecologicos, based in Cusco, Peru and with Oscar Olivera and the Coalition in Defense of Water & Life, and the Jatha youth program in La Paz, Bolivia.
Seeds of Hope for Ethiopia
To donate to our work in Ethiopia write “Seeds of Hope Project for Ethiopia” in the comments section of the donate form. Four Bridges is building constructive relationships and conduction important research in methods to help young women in Ethiopia to build their own sustainable agriculture related businesses in this country threatened by war. For more information about this project click on the Seeds of Hope – Ethiopia tab.
Southwest Bridge Project
To donate to the Southwest Bridge Project, Sacred Gardens & Skennen Ken’Hak (Peace Forever) Educaitonal Farm write “Southwest Bridge Project” in the comments section of the donate form. At our educational farm, we offer workshops, technical advice, and conference planning. Your donation to this bridge will ensure that these programs continue to educate people in Northern New Mexico, the Greater Southwest, Turtle Island, and all inhabitants of Mother Earth