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    The fellows at the base of Sisnaajini, our sacred mountain to the east, attending the 2017 Four Worlds Summer School Hogan Workshop hosted by Diné Bina’nitin Dóó O’hoo’aah. Photo credit: Anna Brown...
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    What exactly does Food Sovereignty mean? Listen to the AM 660 KTNN Radio Forum here! Food Sovereignty Forum On May 16th, 2017 local community members and organizers joined in on the discussion...
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  • From left: Kimberly Howe (Dooda Fracking), Colleen Cooley (BMWC), Janene Yazzie (LCRWCA), Sarana Riggs (Save the Confluence), and Jihan Gearon (BMWC).
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    Featured photo, from left: Kimberly Howe (Dooda Fracking), Colleen Cooley (BMWC), Janene Yazzie (LCRWCA), Sarana Riggs (Save the Confluence), and Jihan Gearon (BMWC). Link to forum: https://soundcloud.com/user-808552591/ktnn-radio-forum-022817 What does a healthy, sustainable...
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Projects

Navajo Wool Market Improvement Project

This project is a part of our Restorative Economy Program designed to build local Navajo capacity to improve the quality of wool production, increase access to the wool market, and elevate the market value for Navajo wool. We continue this tradition for future generations through workshops and best practice techniques.

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Food Sovereignty Project

This project is a part of our Restorative Economy Program to support, strengthen, and revitalize the local food systems through traditional and sustainable techniques of dry land farming developed through the traditional clanship structure.

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Black Mesa Solar Project

This project is our first step towards just transition, incorporating a holistic approach to energy development that prioritizes community participation, job training. positive environmental impacts, and Dine’ ownership.

Our vision is to establish a solar manufacturing facility and a series of 20 to 200 MW solar photovoltaic installation on the abandoned mine land of Black Mesa.

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