Revive Altai cultural/environmental sustainability

by Altai Mir University

Summary

60,000 indigenous Altai people of Siberia are recovering globally-important cultural/environmental technologies that enable their youth to sustain their traditional livelihoods.
$30,000
total goal
$12,566
remaining
37
donors
2
monthly donors
6
years active

Challenge

The Altai people are well known to have a sacred trust to care for the Earth and all her peoples. They are reviving ancient technologies that for millennia have healed their own lands and people, and they are setting up environment and health centers open to anyone in the world.

Solution

1) Fund educational allowances/stipends for healing and environmental stewardship practitioners. 2) Provide construction materials for community centers for environmental and human healing.

Long-Term Impact

Young indigenous Altai men and women are trained and mentored to use their cultural technologies to heal their own people and lands, and then to share this healing with the world

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​www.AltaiMir.org
Video overview of current status of Altai culture
Slideshow of land and people of Altai
Why Altai? article

Organization Information

Altai Mir University

Location: Shoreline, WA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.AltaiMir.org
Project Leader:
Carol Hiltner
Founder
Shoreline, Washington United States