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Hopi Tutskwa

LAND STEWARD FELLOWSHIP

About the Fellowship

The Hopi Tutskwa Land Steward Fellowship identifies, engages, and empowers the next generation of land-based leaders while cultivating broad support for fellows to participate in focused training, hands-on work, sharing, reflection, and kinship building. Our Fellowship is offered to Indigenous Land Stewards who are interested in strengthening their knowledge and practice while gaining more insight to support ongoing land and water stewardship. This opportunity will strengthen pathways for fellows to become community leaders and gain the skills and training to begin the process of rebuilding healthy and vibrant culturally sustainable and regenerative communities. 

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED! 
 

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Meet the 2023 Land Steward Fellows 

We are honored to announce the new 2023 Cohort of Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Land Steward Fellows!

These five Land Steward Fellows are Indigenous leaders throughout the Colorado Plateau and beyond who are uplifting indigenous communities with their efforts in land stewardship. Each fellow will help to create sustainable regenerative communities through indigenous teachings and knowledge to strengthen our relationship to the land and bring awareness to our impact.These fellows have demonstrated and recognized the importance of maintaining this sacred connection and we honor them with this Fellowship. Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture is proud to announce five fellows of this new fellowship opportunity to help support indigenous land stewards and their work.

 

Please meet the Land Steward Fellowship Cohort of 2023.

Fellows: 

Jonathon Curry- Akimel O'odham

Ronson Kallestewa- Hopi

Chasity Salvador - Acoma

Jaiden Willeto - Diné/ Nuet'a/Hiraacá

Reyna Banteah - Zuni

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Maree Mahkewa

Fellowship Coordinator

maree@hopitutskwa.org

Meet Maree Mahkewa, Fellowship Coordinator at Hopi Tutskwa Permaculture Institute. Maree comes from the Village of Tewa and is Corn Clan. She will be point of contact for the Land Steward Fellowship Program, questions can be directed to her email at maree@hopitutska.org or you can fill out the form below and she will get back to you as soon as possible.

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