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The Cultural Conservancy

The Cultural Conservancy (TCC) has served as a local, regional, and national leader in the indigenous rights movement over the past 30 years. In the last three years, the organization has enlarged its mission to be globally aligned and in leadership with other Indigenous-led organization. Through our Mino-Niibi Fund for Indigenous Cultures and Te Ha Alliance we provide small grants and a solidarity network to indigenous-led organizations working on Sacred Lands and Waters, Food Sovereignty, Canoe Cultures, Regenerative Livelihoods, Cultural Arts and Media, and Health and Well-being.

Seeds of our Ancestors - native youth awakening to foodways from The Cultural Conservancy on Vimeo.

How we helped

Lush funds helped to support the food sovereignty and agrobiodiversity work of Aymara farmers in Bolivia; intergenerational indigenous knowledge exchange among Pueblo and Maya youth and elders; and the economic self-determination and safety of Ayoreo women artisan weavers from the Gran Chaco region of Paraguay.

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