We are committed to assisting all our relatives back to wellness from one on one individual mentorship as well as supporting wellness in groups for those who need to feel the support of healing within community. We have wellness relationship history with our Indigenous Karuk neighbors in Yreka, CA and we are presently forging such relationship with our Yurok neighbors in Klamath and in Crescent City as well as the Tolowa in Smith River. We are grateful to be in the Coastal communities of Del Norte, and Humboldt counties of northern CA. We wish to be a collaborative force in the friendships taking place within our diverse communities of Indigenous and non indigenous relatives.
We believe in ethical histories and cultural sharing. Our country has been founded upon our Indigenous ancestors as well as the beauty of the diverse communities that have joined in the evolution of our history and lives.
We continue to offer to those interested, artistic and educational presentations facilitated by Elders and Culture Bearers and Keepers of the many diverse cultures and histories
of the peoples who live amongst us.
As well as visiting guests.
Our L.U.T.E.A. Freedom Garden is the forum where we offer our presentations and workshops.
L.U.T.E.A. Freedom Garden has been modeled in honor, respect and friendship towards our Mohawk Akquesahsneh Relatives whom we forged friendship with garden growing collaboration. In addition, our Freedom Garden is following a tradition of our first Freedom Garden at Fernhill Farms in Ontario Canada.
L.U.T.E.A. Freedom Garden is an advocate for traditional Indigenous food sovereignty and a support for Del Norte County's Food Security.