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  • Sara DeHoff

Restoring Hope

Here at Elderberry Wisdom Farm, we’re helping Native Americans build climate resilience and restore hope. And you can help! Donate or volunteer to help our programs grow.

  • Youth Filmmakers - In collaboration with Many Nations Longhouse at the University of Oregon, Elderberry Wisdom Farm is offering free film training to Native students. This 16-month program gives Native youth the tools tell their own stories in their own way.

  • Organic Farming Training - In spring 2023, Elderberry Wisdom Farm will be training Native Americans in organic farming techniques—combining Native cultural wisdom with Western science to offer a holistic approach to growing food in a sustainable way. With this training, participants can provide food for their families and communities, and even expand into growing crops for a livelihood.

As the world moves closer to a just, peaceful, sustainable civilization, each of us has a part to play. Whether it’s on the ground, working directly with people learning new skills or supporting these efforts with financial resources, together we can build systems that restore hope in a positive future. Come and join us:

  • Become a Founding Donor - We’ve made it easy to make an automatic monthly contribution to help sustain these projects so they can become long-term programs that help build a positive future. Just check the box “Make this a monthly donation” and you’re all set.

  • Make a one-time donation - If funds are tight (and we know what that’s like), any kind of donation is welcome.

  • Join a Volunteer Day - We’d love to see you in person. Sign up for a Volunteer Day and come help out on the farm.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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