Protect and Preserve
Water, wildlife and crops are at risk and it is our watch that will ensure we `have access to each. Wozu has an opportunity to educate others about the impact of land regeneration.
Through regenerative agriculture Wozu creates a lifeline to the land connecting past and future generations. We provide opportunities for the community to live in reciprocity and respect the way our ancestors did.
The hope is Lakota traditions survive generations to come. Supported practices include the ethical raising of chickens, managed grazing, waterline protection, and many more.
Additional Land Regeneration projects include:
- Food Sovereignty – gardens, green and hoop houses, community and home gardens.
- Food Commerce – farmers markets and chicken raising.
- Traditional Plants & Medicines – courses covering planting, harvesting and use.
- Hunting & Fishing – education and training from an indigenous perspective.
- Outdoor Living – early ancestral life in harmony with the land and mother nature.